The Megalopolis Environmental Commission (Came) suspended regional measures to reduce pollution in the Valley of Mexico and the Metropolitan Zone, after the levels of microparticles that reached 178 points last one.
In a statement, he said air quality in the northeastern region has improved substantially over the past few hours from 178 POINTS of PM2.5 in the Air Quality Index (Imeca) at one in the morning, to 116 points at 10:00 a.m. in Nezahualcóyotl.
The rest of the monitoring stations indicate a regular to good air quality.
Thermal investment is expected to dissise around 10:30 a.m., and moderate atmospheric stability is expected to continue to decline, with the refore expected to be suspended from regional measures to reduce PM2.5 particulate pollution in the Northeastern Zone of mexico’s Valley.
?REGIONAL MEASURES ARE SUSPENDED TO REDUCE CONTAMINATION BY PM2.5 PARTICLES IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF MEXICO’S VALLEY
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