Delhi Pollution News Today Construction: Needless to say, the air quality index of Delhi NCR was in the danger mark but over the past couple of days, the air quality index improved. The government banned all construction and demolition work in Delhi NCR except essential projects under stage 3 GRAP. As mentioned, the air quality index in Delhi has crossed the danger mark, it came down to the poor category from the very poor category. As the air pollution levels showed some improvement in the last couple of days, it is expected that the Commission for Air Quality Management will review the curbs that were set many days ago. People are eagerly awaiting updates regarding the restrictions implemented by the commission to pull down the air pollution index lower. We have discussed some imperative points regarding the curbs that you should know. So keep reading this article and must go through the further given sections in this column. Drag down the page. Follow more updates on Newsminatii.in
Delhi Pollution News Today Construction
Sources reported that the Commission for Air Quality Management can review the situation and revoke the bans on the construction works in Delhi NCR on November 11, 2022. According to the reports, the center’s air quality management can review the situation to revoke the curbs in Delhi under stage 3 of the GRAP also known as Graded Response Action Plan which is an official body to review air pollution concerns.
Since the government enforced the bans on construction works and demolition work, people are keenly awaiting the revoking updates from the Commission for Air Quality Management. Today Delhiites can get some relief from construction and demolition penalties. The buissenss related to Brick kilns, stone crushers, and hot mix plants were affected by the bans. Recently, the air quality panel stated, “The CAQM is keeping a close watch on the changing air quality scenario of Delhi NCR and accordingly, its Sub-Committee on Graded Response Action Plan will convene a meeting tomorrow to comprehensively review the situation for the appropriate decision.”
The 24-hour average Air Quality Index (AQI) in the national capital stood at 295 on Thursday. It was 260 on Wednesday, 372 on Tuesday, 354 on Monday, 339 on Sunday, and 381 on Saturday. This AQI recorded the lowest since October 20, Wednesday when it was 232. It was the best AQI since November 29, 2020, when it was 231, for November, according to Central Pollution Control Board data.