Pune's air quality turns to 'poor'; MPCB monitors noise levels: Report

Pune warrior moms, a group of mothers from across the country with various city level branches who are fighting for the right of children to breathe clean air, also urged the state govt to act

Diwali pollution

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Amid the ongoing Diwali celebrations, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has urged the citizens of the state to celebrate a pollution-free and environment-friendly Diwali this year without the use of firecrackers.

In a report by Indian Express, the MPCB has insisted the residents buy a gift for their loved ones and pledge to conserve the environment. With noise pollution due to firecrackers being identified as one of the main contributors to pollution during Diwali, the board will also monitor decibel levels across 14 sites in Pune as part of its annual exercise.

Pune warrior moms, a group of mothers from across

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First Published: Oct 24 2022 | 11:48 PM IST

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