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24 March 2010

New SA system measures air quality

Policy makers and the general public will now be able to access centralised air quality information through a system aimed at reducing pollution in the country.

Policy makers and the general public will now be able to access centralised air quality information through a system aimed at reducing pollution in the country, the department of environmental affairs said on Tuesday.

Air quality monitoring stations

The third and last phase will focus on air pollution modelling which will enable real-time forecasting of air pollution similar to weather forecasting. – (Sapa, March 2010)

 
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