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BMA Mulls Latest Plan to Cope with Fine Dust


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BANGKOK, Oct 26 (TNA) – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration worked out its newest plan to cope with the problem of particulate matter 2.5 microns and less in diameter (PM2.5) that is expected to escalate late this month.

 

Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang chaired a meeting of the BMA’s PM2.5 committee as the pollution normally happened from late October to February.

 

The meeting approved the latest plan which was based on solutions implemented last year and also included improved measures such as increase in vehicle emission checkpoints, frequent emission checks and no-truck hours in some areas.

 

Full story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-810779

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

The meeting approved the latest plan which was based on solutions implemented last year and also included improved measures such as increase in vehicle emission checkpoints, frequent emission checks and no-truck hours in some areas.

Brain storming at it's best.

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Watching the Ventusky weather app, with the pollution filter on, it is very obvious that the source of particulate matter is in fact Bangkok itself.

It is very easy to see this, and some other major cities also are pollution centres.

In my opinion it is the vehicle fumes that in certain weather patterns are the cause, although factories may also be an additional cause.

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