AIR QUALITY SCIENTIST SAYS HAZE LIKE WEATHER IN SG NOW COME FROM FACTORIES, CARS

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Hazy conditions in parts of Singapore this week may have thought to have of feelings haze is coming around the area, however, specialists point to guilty parties nearer to home: industrial facilities and autos.

Air quality researcher Erik Velasco revealed it was not transboundary fog: “The fog-like condition could have been because of the convergence of molecule vapor and neighborhood outflows – from autos and processing plants.”

Typically these particles would scatter alone, however, Dr Velasco said that shady conditions and “not all that much breeze” could have made the region seem murky.

Inhabitants in a few zones, including Pasir Ris, had revealed foggy conditions on Tuesday despite the fact that the 24-hour Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) level was in the direct range at 6pm that day.

The hourly focus readings for PM2.5 – modest poison particles related with murkiness – were likewise in the typical band, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) in an every day cloudiness refresh.

Because of questions, NEA said that the “marginally foggy conditions” on Tuesday morning were because of an aggregation of particulate issue under “light breeze conditions”.

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