Nature reclaims its zone as lockdown ups air quality
| Wednesday | 25th March, 2020
Bosky Khanna and Iffath Fathima ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: Air pollution in the city has come down and the state pollution control board officials and citizens credits the lockdown for the same.
According to Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, there has been a 35 per cent drop in air pollution in just one day (from March 21 to March 22).
“A few days of lockdown has shown that there is another side of Bengaluru.
KSPCB Member Secretary Basavaraj Patil told TNIE that the prime reason for the reduction in air pollution was the lessened vehicular movements.
Shiv Shankar, founder of Mapshalli said, “The pollution levels had significantly gone down on March 22 (Janata Curfew day), it recorded only 35.7 ugm3 (micro grams per metre cube), where last year same date it was 41.4ugm3.
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