Delhi gets 18 more monitoring stations to keep tab on air quality

Posted on:05 Nov 2017 09:00:01
Delhi gets 18 more monitoring stations to keep tab on air quality
05 November 2017 Current Affairs: The number of stations monitoring air quality in the Delhi city increased to 35 from the existing 17, with two more stations scheduled to be added to the network by next week.

Air pollution data till now was being recorded by four stations run by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, eight by the Indian Meteorological Department and five by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).
The number of stations monitoring air quality in the Delhi city increased to 35 from the existing 17, with two more stations scheduled to be added to the network by next week.

Air pollution data till now was being recorded by four stations run by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, eight by the Indian Meteorological Department and five by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

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