1State Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Programme (SAMP), Badrinarayan Barwale College, Jalna-431203, (MS) India.
2Department of Chemistry, Kohinoor College, Ta-Khultabad, Dist - Aurangabad (MS) (India)
3Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad (MS) (India)
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In the present research work, the ambient air quality of Jalna City, India has been investigated by using air quality index (AQI). The paper examines the significance differences in monthly variation of air pollutants concentrations at S. P. Office residential area of Jalna, Maharashtra over a two year period are presented. Keeping in the need of monitoring of air pollution study was carried out particularly in the residential area. The study reveals that, the problem of air pollution (SO2, NOx, RSPM and SPM) is not so much serious at Jalna city. It may be because of strict government policy, efficient treatment plants, proper wastage disposal system etc. The biannual mean concentrations of all four pollutants measured at residential site were found within the permissible limits of Indian National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
Copy the following to cite this article:B. S. DOBHAL1*, SHIVAJI JADHAV2, MEGHMALA SANGVIKAR1 and MAZAHAR FAROOQUI3, "Study of Ambient Air Quality of Jalna (MS), India", Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Volume 12, Issue 2, Page Number , 2016
Copy the following to cite this URL:B. S. DOBHAL1*, SHIVAJI JADHAV2, MEGHMALA SANGVIKAR1 and MAZAHAR FAROOQUI3, "Study of Ambient Air Quality of Jalna (MS), India", Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Volume 12, Issue 2, Page Number , 2016
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