Gurgaon: Amity University Gurgaon will monitor the air quality in the National Capital Region as the Delhi government rolls out the second phase of the odd-even vehicle restriction scheme from Friday.
Scientists at Amity’s centre of environmental science and health led by P.C.S. Devara will monitor the air quality on real-time basis through a multi-parameter study.
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The university will deploy a Pollution Study Vehicle equipped with particulate matter measuring instruments that will collect daily observations from different locations in Delhi-NCR, Devara said.
The study shall also monitor vehicular noise pollution.