With the AQI hitting alarming ranges at a number of pockets within the nationwide capital, individuals continued to reel underneath ‘extreme’ air high quality on Friday.

The Anand Vihar station was within the ‘extreme’ class with PM 2.5 at 498 and PM 10 at 484 whereas the Carbon monoxide (CO) was at 114, underneath ‘reasonable’ class, whereas the NO2 was at 97, in passable ranges, as per CPCB at 9 a.m.

At the Bawana station, PM 2.5 reached 500 and PM 10 at 498, whereas the CO reached 105, in reasonable ranges and NO2 at 55, within the ‘passable’ class.

In Dwarka sector-8 station, the PM 2.5 reached 485 and PM 10 was at 421, each in extreme class, whereas CO was at 100, in passable ranges.

The air high quality on the Indira Gandhi International Airport T3 space was within the ‘extreme’ class with PM 2.5 at 446 and PM 10 at 377, within the ‘very poor’ class whereas the CO reached at 104, underneath reasonable class.

At Delhi Technical University (DTU) station, the PM 10 was at 444, within the ‘extreme’ class and PM 2.5 was at 344, underneath ‘very poor’ class. The NO2 reached 226, underneath poor ranges, whereas CO was at 108, in reasonable ranges.

The PM 2.5 at Jahangirpuri was recorded at 436, underneath ‘extreme’ class, whereas PM 10 reached 401, additionally putting it underneath the ‘severe’ class.

The Carbon monoxide reached 139 and NO2 was at 121, each within the ‘reasonable’ class.

Notably, the AQI between zero and 50 is taken into account ‘good’; 51 and 100 ‘passable’; 101 and 200 ‘reasonable’; 201 and 300 ‘poor’; 301 and 400 ‘very poor’; and 401 and 500 ‘extreme’.

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