The common air high quality in Ghaziabad, Noida, Higher Noida and Gurgaon was recorded “very poor”, whereas it was “poor” in Faridabad, based on information issued by a authorities company on Friday.
Pollution PM2.5 and PM10 additionally remained within the air of the 5 quick neighbours of Delhi, based on the air high quality index (AQI) maintained by the Central Air pollution Management Board (CPCB).
In accordance with the index, an AQI between zero and 50 is taken into account ”good”, 51 and 100 ”passable”, 101 and 200 ”reasonable”, 201 and 300 ”poor”, 301 and 400 ”very poor”, and 401 and 500 ”extreme”.
The common 24-hour AQI at four pm on Friday was 352 in Ghaziabad, 324 in Noida, 304 in Higher Noida, 288 in Faridabad and 338 in Gurgaon, based on CPCB’s Sameer app.
The AQI for Ghaziabad, Noida and Higher Noida was recorded “very poor” for a fifth day in a row, it confirmed.
On Thursday the AQI was 325 in Ghaziabad, 315 in Noida, 336 in Higher Noida, 307 in Faridabad and 296 in Gurgaon.
On Wednesday it was 328 in Ghaziabad, 322 in Noida, 337 in Higher Noida, 307 in Faridabad and 316 in Gurgaon.
On Tuesday it was 356 in Ghaziabad, 335 in Noida, 375 in Higher Noida, 310 in Faridabad and 302 in Gurgaon.
On Monday it was 369 in Ghaziabad, 368 in Noida, 349 in Higher Noida, 353 in Faridabad and 306 in Gurgaon.
On Sunday it was 416 in Ghaziabad, 416 in Noida, 402 in Higher Noida, 366 in Faridabad and 288 in Gurgaon.
The CPCB states that an AQI within the “very poor” class could trigger respiratory sickness to individuals on extended publicity, whereas that within the “poor” zone could trigger respiratory discomfort to most individuals on extended publicity.
The AQI for every metropolis is predicated on the common worth of all monitoring stations there. Ghaziabad, Gurgaon and Noida have 4 such stations whereas Higher Noida and Faridabad have two stations every, based on the app.
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