Concerned Indoreans will now be able to keep an online track on the level of pollution in the area as well as through the digital display board soon to be installed in few places in the city.
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) has decided to install digital display boards at few traffic prone areas of the city including Rajwada and Kothari market under the Continuous Air Quality Monitoring Station (CAQMS) scheme at the cost of Rs 1 crore. It will be the first digital display of updated pollution level, in state. After the successful installation and implementation of the system, it will be replicated in Bhopal. According to the MPPCB officials the system is currently running in around 75 cities in the country.