Saturday, January 28, 2023

Delhi Pollution Updates: Relief from pollution! These restrictions were removed as soon as Delhi’s air quality improved,

Delhi Pollution Updates: With the change of season in Delhi, some respite from pollution has also been observed. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, today i.e. on December 8 around 7 am, the Air Quality Index (AQI) has improved. Delhi’s air quality today. On Thursday, the average air quality index was recorded at 284, which is in poor condition. For the past few days, the AQI in the capital remained very poor and on Saturday it reached the severe category.

With the improvement in air quality, Delhi has got relief from some restrictions. The Centre’s Air Quality Commission on Wednesday ordered the lifting of restrictions imposed under the third phase of the anti-pollution action plan in Delhi-NCR. The sub-committee held a review meeting in view of the significant improvement in air quality in Delhi-NCR to take steps under the Phased Action Plan (CRAP). Let us know what is the condition of the areas of Delhi today.

AQI of different areas of Delhi

 Areas of Delhi AQI grade
Alipore 302 nasty
Shadipur 345 nasty
Dwarka NSIT NA ,
dtu 213 Bad
ito 265 Bad
Siri Fort 272 Bad
Mandir Marg 278 Bad
R K Puram 292 Bad
Punjabi Bagh 315 nasty
Lodhi Road 209 Bad
North Campus 286 Bad
Mathura Road 233 Bad
pusa 235 Bad
IGI Airport 235 Bad
JLN Stadium 287 Bad
Nehru Nagar 314 nasty
Dwarka Sector-8 300 Bad
Patparganj 281 Bad
Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range 290 Bad
Ashok Vihar 286 Bad
Jahangirpuri 308 nasty
Sonia Vihar 292 Bad
Rohini 298 Bad
Vivek Vihar 304 nasty
Najafgarh 274 Bad
Major Dhyanchand Stadium 294 Bad
narela 298 Bad
Okhla Phase-2 276 Bad
Wazirpur 290 Bad
Bawana 296 Bad
Aurobindo Marg 288 Bad
Mundka 311 nasty
Anand Vihar 300 Bad
Dilshad Garden 277 Bad
Burari NA ,

An AQI between 0 and 50 is considered ‘good’, 51 and 100 ‘satisfactory’, 101 and 200 ‘moderate’, 201 and 300 ‘poor’, 301 and 400 ‘very poor’, and 401 ‘very poor. An AQI between 500 and 500 is considered ‘severe’. Stage 3 restrictions in force in Delhi amid pollution.

These restrictions were removed under Stage III of GRAP

Please be informed that in view of some respite from pollution in Delhi-NCR, the strictness has been relaxed. Stage III of the Graded Response Action Plan (CRAP) has been removed in Delhi. There will be no restriction on these works in Grape Stage 3.

  • There will be no ban on construction and demolition in Delhi-NCR
  • Brick kilns, hot mix plants, stone crushers will be able to run
  • State governments will not ban BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel cars.
  • In industrial areas where there is no PNG infrastructure and supply, industries not using the approved fuel can now operate without restrictions.
  • The CAQM also said that construction and demolition project sites and industrial units that have been issued closure orders due to violations or non-compliance will not resume their operations under any circumstances.

These restrictions will remain in the second phase of GRAP

  • Streets will be cleaned every day. Whereas, water will be sprinkled every other day.
  • Coal or tandoor will not be used in hotels or restaurants.
  • Diesel generators will not be used anywhere except in places like hospitals, rail services, and metro services.
  • People should use public transport more and more, as this parking fee will increase.
  • The frequency of electric or CNG buses and metro service will be increased.

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