Air pollution control helps India improve air quality

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Nowadays people in India suffer the most from numerous diseases caused by air pollution in the world. Air pollution is considered to be the main contributor to climate change, that is why it provokes a growing concern not only in India but around the world. The thing is that there is one of the highest disease burdens from air pollution in the world. 

To be more precise, about 100 percent of the Indian population live in areas with PM2.5 concentrations – particulate pollutants that have a diameter of fewer than 2.5 micrometers, therefore, air pollution control is highly required there. Since India is regarded as the second-most populous country in the world, the migration level from the countryside to cities is pretty high resulting in increases in ambient air pollution.

Nevertheless, in January 2019, the National air pollution control program was launched in order to perform air treatment by developing a pan-India air quality monitoring network and improving citizen awareness. For instance, Delhi has made significant attempts to control air pollution levels, however, it’s not time to stop the anti-pollution measures despite the positive results. Even today the average level of PM2.5 and PM10 particulate pollutants is two to three times higher than allowable levels.

Air treatment technologies have great potential to become a crucial promoter to reduce air pollution across the globe. One of the possible solutions is the use of ICT solutions that affect transportation, electricity grids, manufacturing, agriculture, and land use. Herewith, it is planned that such a measure of air pollution control may enable a third of the required halving of emissions demanded by 2030.

For example, now there is a collaborative project with academics, industry and the public sector to achieve electrified transportation in Sweden, which can help to considerably decrease transport particulate pollutants. Moreover, air pollution control enables to detect and the sources and locations of greatest concern, match them with standards and guidelines and finally evaluate the effectiveness of actions to decrease the level of particulate pollutants.

The air pollution control means collaboration between industry, local municipal authorities, the University of Chicago and Harvard University resulting in particulate pollutant limitations. Also, the control of air pollution levels is required to be performed constantly. Such an air pollution control program has been already tested, and it allows collecting real-time data for analysis with the purpose of increasing awareness, supporting policy intervention and enabling corrective measures to decrease air pollution in the city to be taken.

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