ISNA / Isfahan The Director General of Crisis Management of Isfahan Governorate announced the closure of the executive bodies of Isfahan, Najafabad, Shahinshahr, Mobarakeh, Khomeini Shahr, Lenjan, Falavarjan, Borkhar, Kashan, Aran and Bidgol on Wednesday, January 31st.
In an interview with ISNA, Mansour Shisheforosh stated: Due to the increase in air quality index and accumulation of pollutants, and based on the approval of the working group on air pollution emergency conditions, tomorrow (Wednesday, January 4) the executive bodies of Isfahan, Najafabad, Shahinshahr , Mobarakeh, Khomeini Shahr, Lenjan, Falavarjan, Borkhar, Kashan, Aran and Bidgol are closed.
He pointed out: “Obviously, relief agencies and service providers will continue to provide services during this period.”
Regarding other decisions of the Working Group on Air Pollution Emergency, the Director General of Crisis Management of Isfahan Governorate said: inactivity of gypsum and brick production furnaces, reduction of activities in industries listed as environmental pollutants, law enforcement in traffic of smoky cars, trucks and motorcycles and no Technical decisions, continuous monitoring of mobile and fixed sources of contaminants, non-conduct of contaminant civil works and excavation and avoidance of waste incineration are other decisions of this working group.
Glass sales with serious advice to the public to reduce traffic in polluted cities, added: reducing car traffic, avoiding unnecessary traffic and travel in and out of the city, the use of masks, lack of sports and outdoor physical activity, compliance with protocols Other recommendations for citizens include health related to Covid disease and air pollution, as well as saving gas and electricity consumption and following the consumption pattern.
According to the chart of the General Department of Environment of the province, today the people of Isfahan experienced the most polluted day of the year.
The Air Monitoring and Control Center of the General Directorate of Environmental Protection announced today (Tuesday, January 29) the air condition of Isfahan metropolitan area in all red measuring stations and the average air quality index is 177.
According to this report, the average air quality in the stations of Ahmedabad Square 196, Parvin 180, Rehnan 163, Kaveh 186, Mirza Taher 155 AQI was in a red and unhealthy condition for all age groups.
According to the Isfahan Meteorological Department, the increase and accumulation of air pollutants and the decrease in unhealthy air quality for the public will continue until the end of the week.
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