GRAP-III Measures Banning Construction Revoked In Delhi-NCR Amid Improved Air Quality

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New Delhi: As the air quality levels improve in the national capital, the Commission for Air Quality Management has revoked the GRAP-III stage, under which all non-essential construction and demolition activities were banned in the national capital territory on Sunday.

According to the statement, CAQM observed that the AQI levels in the NCR region have improved from Very Poor on January 14 to 213 on January 15.

The commission said that the preventive measures invoked on January 6 have helped a lot in improving the air quality of the capital.

However, considering the current scenario, actions under Stage I and Stage II of the Graded Response Action Plan will remain invoked.

These restrictions will be implemented, monitored and reviewed by all concerned agencies in the NCR to ensure that the AQI levels do not slip further to the severe category.

The commission has urged agencies to maximise the Mechanical or vacuum-based sweeping of roads, ensure water sprinkling along with the use of dust suppressants on the roads with other essential measures.

(With Agency Inputs)

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