Bangkok and its surrounding areas had significantly improved pollution levels on Wednesday (October 2) morning, said Air4thai mobile application and its website, which tracks and analyzes air quality in real time.
Most districts in Bangkok are now showing green stickers, indicating that the quality of air is “good.” The PM2.5 is down to 26-50 micrograms per cubic metre (µg/m3). Additionally, Bang Na, Bang Kapi, Wang Thong Lang, Lat Phrao and Bang Kruay are now tagged with blue stickers, indicating that the areas mentioned have “excellent” air quality with PM2.5 lower than 25 µg/m3, The Nation reported.
Meanwhile, areas such as Rama III Road in Bang Kho Laem district are still considered to be having unhealthy air.
The website reports air quality or pollution levels in Bangkok on October 2 as ‘medium to excellent’ level.
Source: The Nation
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