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Pollution In Delhi Ncr, Faridabad Is The Most Polluted City Across The Country, Delhi At Second Place – Pollution

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The forecast of travel is that there is no chance of getting relief from the stifling air for the next three days. The air level will remain in the very poor to severe category.

Due to the weather conditions and wind speed not supporting, the air of Delhi-NCR has again reached the severe category. Faridabad included in NCR has been recorded as the most polluted city in the country and Delhi the second most polluted city.

The forecast of travel is that there is no chance of getting relief from the stifling air for the next three days. The air level will remain in the very poor to severe category.
According to SAFAR data, in the last 24 hours, 34 incidents of stubble burning have been recorded in Punjab, 37 in Haryana and 87 in Uttar Pradesh. The PM 2.5 generated from this accounted for six percent of the pollution. On increasing pollution even after the share of stubble smoke is not high, experts say that the pollution at the local level is polluting the air of Delhi.

At the same time, the level of pollution is increasing due to the decrease in the speed of local winds and the weather conditions. The level of PM 10 in the air is 366 and the level of PM 2.5 has been recorded at 208 micrograms per cubic meter. In general, PM 10 levels below 100 and PM 2.5 levels less than 60 are considered safe.

It is forecast that the wind speed will remain low for the next three days. At the same time, mixing height and ventilation index will also be affected. Due to this, people are not expected to get relief from the increasing level of pollution. Strong winds will continue from November 29. This will help in reducing pollution to some extent, which can give a sigh of relief to the people. According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), the mixing height has been recorded one thousand meters on Thursday. At the same time, it is likely to remain around 1100 meters for the next two days. On Thursday, the winds continued throughout the day and the wind speed was recorded at 10 km per hour.

Wind speed of 6-8 kmph can be recorded in the next two days. Due to the ratio of mixing height and wind speed, the ventilation index can be recorded at 500 square meters per second. The level of ventilation index was recorded at 1500 square meters per second in Delhi on Thursday.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s average air quality index slipped from 361 to 400 in the last 24 hours. Faridabad recorded the worst air in the country with an AQI of 406. A day earlier, Faridabad’s AQI was recorded at 367. The air quality in Darbhanga has been ranked third in the country with the AQI of 366. 25 November 24 November
Delhi- 400 361
Faridabad 406 367
Ghaziabad 356 366
Greater Noida 323 312
Gurugram 334 305
Noida 345 325

Most polluted cities across the country
Faridabad-406
Delhi- 400
Darbhanga – 366

Delhi’s five hotspots
Jahangirpuri
Delhi University
Rohini
Narela
Alipore

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Due to the weather conditions and wind speed not supporting, the air of Delhi-NCR has again reached the severe category. Faridabad included in NCR has been recorded as the most polluted city in the country and Delhi the second most polluted city.

The forecast of travel is that there is no chance of getting relief from the stifling air for the next three days. The air level will remain in the very poor to severe category.

According to SAFAR data, in the last 24 hours, 34 incidents of stubble burning have been recorded in Punjab, 37 in Haryana and 87 in Uttar Pradesh. The PM 2.5 generated from this accounted for six percent of the pollution. On increasing pollution even after the share of stubble smoke is not high, experts say that the pollution at the local level is polluting the air of Delhi.

At the same time, the level of pollution is increasing due to the decrease in the speed of local winds and the weather conditions. The level of PM 10 in the air is 366 and the level of PM 2.5 has been recorded at 208 micrograms per cubic meter. In general, PM 10 levels below 100 and PM 2.5 levels less than 60 are considered safe.

It is forecast that the wind speed will remain low for the next three days. At the same time, mixing height and ventilation index will also be affected. Due to this, people are not expected to get relief from the increasing level of pollution. Strong winds will continue from November 29. This will help in reducing pollution to some extent, which can give a sigh of relief to the people.

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