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Gurgaon: The city’s air quality index on Monday became ‘satisfactory’ after oscillating between the poor and moderate categories for 20 days. gave AQI 97 was recorded.
According to experts, AQI improved Wind speed A speed of 14 km per hour helped spread pollution in the city. More, Field fire It fell to 14 on Monday compared to 55 a day earlier. So far, satellite data has recorded 291 farm fires across the state over the past few weeks.
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Stage 1 restrictions under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) for Delhi-NCR were imposed last week as air quality across the region began to enter the ‘Poor’ category.
Under the restrictions, the NCR will have to regularly pick up municipal solid waste, construction and demolition (C&D) waste, and other wastes considered hazardous from designated dump sites. The authorities should ensure that no waste is dumped illegally in open areas, and periodic mechanical cleaning and sprinkling of water on roads and scientific disposal of dust should be ensured.
C&D activities in projects with plot size equal to or above 500 square meters, which are not registered on the web portals of NCR States for remote monitoring of dust abatement measures, will be suspended. GRAP also recommends strict implementation of Supreme Court and NGT orders on overdue diesel and petrol vehicles under Stage 1.
As far as weather conditions are concerned, the city had a sunny day with clear skies on Monday. The minimum temperature was recorded at 24.3 degree Celsius and maximum at 36.4 degree Celsius.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the city may experience cloudy skies with rain or thundershowers on October 14 and 15.
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