This present study is the ambient air qualities and its impact on human being of Chandrapur district during July 2009 to June 2011 at six different stations. The sample was collected for Respirable suspended
particulate matter (RSPM), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and oxides of Nitrogen (NOx). It has been observed that air quality
during monsoon period is fairly clean and moderately polluted level and during winter and summer season it is moderately polluted to severely pollute particularly in Ghughus area samples were significantly higher than that of other stations. The average ambient air concentration of SO2 and NOx were found below permissible limits at all sites. It was
also observed that RSPM level in almost all samples were higher and the effect cause asthma and various allergy over
Real Time Impact Factor:
Author Name: Nilesh P. Nandanwar, Arty K. Dixit, Mahendra D. Choudhary, Kirtiwardhan R. Dixit, Sachin S. Wazalwar
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Keywords: Air quality index, Health Impact, RSPM, Chandrapur.