Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post According to the results, air quality monitoring from air quality monitoring stations in Phnom Penh and provinces throughout Cambodia shows that air quality is good Is recovering, with the concentration of inactive PM 10 and PM 2.5 particles falling within the 50 standard range The air is fine again. According to Neth Pheaktra, secretary of state and spokesman for the Ministry of Environment.

Neth Pheaktra said yesterday that air quality experts are still closely monitoring if any. As soon as there is any new developments, the Ministry will inform the people.

“Overall, according to the Ministry of Environment's air quality monitoring and monitoring report, the air quality in the capital and provinces in Cambodia,” he said Appears to be gradually recovering, with the concentration of inert particles PM2.5 dropping to within a circle. Standard 50. "This concentration is changing in some provinces where there is wildfire or burning of solid waste, rubbish burning."

Neth Pheaktra said this is good news that will give people confidence in air quality in Cambodia. Even now, the concentration of inert particles smaller than the hair is 10 times lower and the overall air quality state includes Improvements have been made, but the officials of the Ministry of Environment, Department of Environment in all provinces and provinces continue to monitor and take action. Regular departmental guidance to ensure the situation Air quality has improved.

He said the increase in PM2.5 inert air concentrations not only in the Kingdom of Cambodia but in other countries. Elsewhere in the region, the climate of the Lower Mekong River has dried up.

A press release from the Ministry of Environment on January 17 indicated that significant sources and activities were causing the concentration of particles This increased PM2.5 inertia, including industrial emissions from diesel-powered vehicles and other fuels Bushfires, burning of woodland, burning grasslands, etc. Note stubble burning trash burning solid waste in an open pitch and construction waste.

In view of such issues and to improve air quality in the capital city / province on the evening of January 17, 2020, the Ministry of Environment The Ministry of Environment has issued a notification to the Ministry of Environment to implement a number of measures including: 1. Forest fires and Burning of solid waste in the open, burning in landfills. 2. Take steps to prevent dust from construction and improvement of infrastructure and road dust. 3 – Clean the streets and public places, and keep water on the streets from dust. 4] To educate people not to burn garbage, burn grass, stalks and other agricultural waste.

Neth Pheaktra recommends people who travel the streets or who work outside the building for a long time to protect their health. The pollution should be protected.

The Ministry of Environment will be continuously updating the current air quality status to make it easier for citizens to implement preventative measures On time. According to the Ministry of Environment, PM2.5 inert particles are small particles in the air with a diameter of less than 2.5 microns.

Inert particles come from burning fossil fuels and other debris. The inert particles can be absorbed into the lungs, and sometimes into the blood vessels, which can affect human health if inhaled Sign in exceeded limit