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Unsafe Smog at 54 Locations in Bangkok

 

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BANGKOK, Feb 22 (TNA) - Unsafe smog levels were reported at 54 locations in the capital with the worst level recorded in Sai Mai district this morning.

 

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's Air Pollution Coordination and Resolutions Center reported the levels of particulate matter 2.5 micrometers and less in diameter (PM2.5) at 44-77 micrograms per cubic meter of air in 24 hours.

 

PM2.5 breached the 50μg safe threshold in 54 areas. The highest level of 77 μg / m³ was in Sai Mai district, followed by 74 μg / m³ in Nong Chok district, 71 μg / m³ in Prawet district and 68 μg / m³ in Thawi Watthana district.

 

Full story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news/line-today-english-news-641706

 

 

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Unsafe Smog at 54 Locations in Bangkok

 

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The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's Air Pollution Coordination and Resolutions Center.

 

It would appear that the above organisation is neither coordinating nor resolving any pollution problems, a bit like most of the government departments in this country, if there's no money in it for me I'm not interested.

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The critical level of PM2.5 is 25 in the rest of the world. 50 in Thailand. That is another way of taking care of the pollution. Why not raise it to 75? Problem solved!

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16 hours ago, webfact said:

Unsafe smog levels were reported at 54 locations in the capital with the worst level recorded in Sai Mai district this morning

I wonder if T.A.T will pursue an award for this achievement.

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13 hours ago, TheFishman1 said:

Chiang Mai air is terrible


Well, this guide tells Bangkokians where they can go, in their own city, to get the full Chiang Mai "Take My Breath Away" Experience.

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