They would be assisted by officials from the CPCB, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee and respective municipal corporations.
PM levels dippingThe average PM10 level reduced from 310 micrograms per cubic metre (ug/m3) in 2016 to 260 ug/m3 in 2017.
| Photo Credit: R_V_MoorthyThe government will begin a two-week awareness campaign to sensitise people in the city about the need to do more to improve the quality of air in the Capital.
The level of PM2.5 decreased from 120 ug/m3 in 2016 to 101 ug/m3 in 2017.
Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs), shopkeeper associations and the civil society would be encouraged to become a part of these teams and participate in the campaign for mitigation of pollution.
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