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oon, a monitor to show pollutants in city

29 January 2011

NAGPUR: Though the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (Neeri) has been monitoring the air quality of the city for many years as part of the national ambient air quality project and otherwise, the institute now plans to go hi-tech in the field.
It has already procured a state-of-art equipment for Rs 65 lakh from Sweden which will be installed in the institute premises and will monitor all major parameters. The actual levels (live measurements) will be displayed digitally on a board which is being set up at the main entrance gate of the institute by April. Also, the data generated from the three existing monitoring units in city will be displayed.

Neeri director Satish Wate, sharing the details of the new initiative, told TOI that the new equipment has been basically brought in for research and development purpose but it will be also used to measure the air pollutants permanently. The information generated will be displayed live round the clock on an electronic board specially being erected for the purpose……

Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/Soon-a-monitor-to-show-pollutants-in-city/articleshow/7382181.cms#ixzz1CQjGmumg

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Written by csirindia

January 29, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Posted in NEERI

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