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UPPCB’s survey to identify bad roads in Ghaziabad; to penalise erring agencies

Ghaziabad has been reeling under ‘severe’ air pollution with the daily air quality index (AQI), recorded by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), oscillating between ‘very poor’ and ‘severe’ categories since October 31 this year.
Ghaziabad on Tuesday recorded an air quality index of 356, while Greater Noida and Noida saw an AQI of 361 and 397, respectively, all figures falling in the ‘very poor’ category. (Sakib Ali/HT)
Ghaziabad on Tuesday recorded an air quality index of 356, while Greater Noida and Noida saw an AQI of 361 and 397, respectively, all figures falling in the ‘very poor’ category. (Sakib Ali/HT)
Updated on Nov 17, 2021 03:46 AM IST
By, Hindustan Times, Noida

Lucknow, Gorakhpur have most polluted air: UPPCB

Interestingly, UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s hometown, Gorakhpur, reported the highest level of air pollution with the SPM level more than three times the permissible limit.
The sixth highest SPM level was recorded at 305.30 microgram/cubic meter at Ramadevi in Kanpur, while Sarai Mali Khan area in Lucknow secured seventh spot as pollution level was measured at 273 microgram/cubic meter.(HT Photo)
The sixth highest SPM level was recorded at 305.30 microgram/cubic meter at Ramadevi in Kanpur, while Sarai Mali Khan area in Lucknow secured seventh spot as pollution level was measured at 273 microgram/cubic meter.(HT Photo)
Updated on May 15, 2019 01:14 AM IST
Hindustan Times, Kaval | By
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