New Delhi: Delhi's air quality remains on 'Bad' from 'Bad' on Wednesday. Officials warned that even though partial toxic firecrackers are burnt, Delhi's air quality may be bad and worse than last year. According to the data of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Composite Air Quality Index (AUI) 281 was recorded which falls in 'Bad' category.
The Central Government's air quality forecast and research system (Travel) recorded the overall air quality index 319 which falls in the 'very bad' category. According to CPCB, air quality 'bad' has been recorded in Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Noida and Greater Noida. Air quality is very poor in 11 areas of Delhi, whereas 'bad' has been recorded in 24 areas. Tell that the Au is considered to be "good" between 0 and 50, between 51 and 100 "satisfactory", between 101 and 200 "middle" category, between 201 and 300 "poor" '' Between 301 and 400, '' extremely bad '' and between 401 and 500 au is considered "serious".
According to the CPCB data, the level of PM 2.5 in Delhi was recorded at 143 while the level of PM10 was 281. Travel has estimated air quality to be very bad on Wednesday evenings and Thursdays. Government agencies have warned that on Wednesday and Thursday it is estimated to be at the highest level of PM 2.5 and PM10. Air quality will be poor on Thursday despite burning partial toxic crackers compared to 2017, but air quality will start to improve on Friday.
According to the trip, air quality is getting worse in the national capital due to the burning of firecrackers and burning firecrackers in neighboring states of Delhi. Safar also has conjectured that if firecrackers are burnt, then in Delhi, on Thursday, PM-10, 578 and PM-2.5, 378 will reach, which will be the worst air quality of this year. Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) said that the winds coming from north-west direction are bringing the effect of biomass to Delhi-NCR which can continue till Thursday morning. It said that there has been an increase in PM 2.5 due to changes in wind direction, decrease in air speed and burning of biomass.