Pune will be the second city in the country, after Delhi, to set up ‘System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research’ ( SAFAR), an operational air pollution service. This system will provide information on air quality in real-time and forecast 24 hours in advance along with weather data. The value of different pollutants will be displayed on LCD colour screens at 20 important locations across the city.
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