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Shocking Report On Delhi Pollution

Amidst increasing pollution in the capital, the sword is hanging on the plying of private vehicles. Environment Pollution Control Authority says. Graded Action Response Plan will be implemented from 1st November. If the pollution situation in Delhi gets worse, then a decision can be taken to ban the plying of private vehicles.

Shocking report on Delhi’s pollution-

With the onset of winter, once again Delhi has started coming under the grip of air pollution. People consider many factors responsible for this pollution. From stubble to industry, it is considered responsible for this. But do you know that due to which most of the poison dissolves in the air of Delhi? Can we and you do something in this, see the latest data, and study.

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What is the reason for the spread of pollution

The important question is that due to which reasons how much pollution spreads in Delhi in winter. According to TERI, when the assessment was done for PM 2.5, surprising figures have come to the fore.

What is the benefit of BS4 engine scheme

Sumit Sharma of TERI said, citing the report. The scheme of BS4 engines used for vehicles in the transport sector has been implemented. By 2020, the BS6 standard will be implemented which is a good step in terms of tackling pollution. However, TERI believes that until the old vehicles are replaced, new vehicles will not be put on the road. Till then pollution will continue to increase due to old technology.

Contribution of vehicles to air pollution

This analysis clearly shows that the contribution of vehicles to air pollution is half or more. It is followed by household pollution (12.5-13.5 percent), industry (9.9-13.7 percent), construction (6.7-7.9 percent), waste burning, and road dust in the range of 4.6-4.9 percent and 3.6-4.1 percent, respectively. TM’s Decision Support System is part of the Air Quality Early Warning System which provides information about potential emission sources in Delhi. Also tracks data.

According to the study, during this 2-6 November, the contribution of pollution sources in NCR dominated Delhi by 70-80 percent in the initial phase. This share declined during the rising smog after Diwali as the relative contribution from Delhi’s own sources also increased. Similarly, the contribution of pollution from other states due to biomass stubble burning remained low in the initial pre-Diwali phase but peaked after Diwali.

closure of coal-fired power plants

During the day, it has been observed. Delhi’s overall contribution of its sources normally increases during the evening hours. and lasts till the morning hours (7:30 am to 9:30 pm). Clearly, vehicles have emerged as the biggest real contributor to local sources of winter pollution in Delhi this year, following the closure of all coal-fired power plants, expanding the use of natural gas in the industry, and curbing dirty fuels.

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