Air quality in Tanbhanga is currently unhealthy.

AQI US 179

Health Recommendations

  • Reduce outdoor activities
  • Keep your window closed
  • Wear a mask outside
  • Turn on your purifier

Pollutants µg/m3

38 hours ago
PM2.5

PM2.5 levels are currently Unhealthy.

This is all particulate matter that is smaller than 2.5 micrometers in size.
Particulates are the most harmful form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood stream.
Particulate pollution is often caused by burning of fossil fuels or natural sources like dust storms, forest fires, or sea spray

110
PM10

PM10 levels are currently Unhealthy for sensitive groups.

This is all particulate matter that is smaller than 10 micrometers in size.
Particulates are the most harmful form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood stream.
Particulate pollution is often caused by burning of fossil fuels or natural sources like dust storms, forest fires, or sea spray

161
NO2

NO2 levels are currently Good.

Nitrogen oxides, particularly nitrogen dioxide (NO2), are expelled from high temperature combustion. NO2 is a reddish-brown toxic gas has a characteristic sharp, biting odor, and can be seen as a brown-ish plume downwind of cities

58
O3

O3 levels are currently Good.

Ground level ozone is formed in chemical reactions by NOx and VOCs in the presence of sunlight. High concentrations of O3 can be a constituent of smog.

10
NO

NO levels are currently Unknown.

Nitrogen oxides are expelled from high temperature combustion. Nitrogen oxide (NO) is a colorless and toxic gas. It plays a role in depleting earth's ozone layer and is a precursor to the more dangerous NO2.

53
CO

CO levels are currently Good.

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, toxic gas. It is a product of combustion of fuel such as natural gas, coal or wood. Vehicular exhaust contributes to the majority of carbon monoxide let into our atmosphere. It creates a smog type formation in the air that has been linked to many lung diseases and disruptions to the natural environment and animals.

970
C6H6

C6H6 levels are currently Unknown.

Benzene is one of many volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and a natural constituent of crude oil.
It is a known carcinogen, a substance that promotes the formation of cancer, and is harmful even in tiny amounts. Long term exposure to excessive levels of benzene in the air can cause leukemia.
Benzene has a characteristic sweet smell and is responsible for the aroma around gasoline stations. The most common sources of exposure to benzene are tobacco smoke, gasoline stations and vehicular exhausts.

3

Current weather

  • Cloudy Weather
  • 25°C Temperature
  • 47% Humidity
  • 5.0 km/h Windspeed

Cloudy, 25°C with a moderate breeze from north

Higher levels of fine particles detected. Fine particles (PM2.5) are typically given off by power plants, motor vehicles, airplanes, residential wood burning, forest fires, agricultural burning, and dust storms. Read More

Tanbhanga 24 Hour Air Quality forecast

Air pollution will vary slightly throughout the day, getting worse in the night and then getting better towards morning.

Particle pollution can be carried by wind, which can lead to sudden changes in air quality. Check the forecast regularly to stay a step ahead of air pollution.

Tanbhanga Air Quality in this week

Air pollution will vary slightly throughout the week, getting worse on Friday and then getting better towards Tuesday.

Today

163

Unhealthy

26 °C

Cloudy

Saturday

164

Unhealthy

28 °C

Sunny

Sunday

157

Unhealthy

28 °C

Sunny

Monday

158

Unhealthy

27 °C

Sunny

Tuesday

134

Unhealthy for sensitive groups

28 °C

Sunny

Wednesday

152

Unhealthy

28 °C

Sunny

Pollutants µg/m3

38 hours ago
PM2.5

PM2.5 levels are currently Unhealthy.

This is all particulate matter that is smaller than 2.5 micrometers in size.
Particulates are the most harmful form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood stream.
Particulate pollution is often caused by burning of fossil fuels or natural sources like dust storms, forest fires, or sea spray

110
PM10

PM10 levels are currently Unhealthy for sensitive groups.

This is all particulate matter that is smaller than 10 micrometers in size.
Particulates are the most harmful form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood stream.
Particulate pollution is often caused by burning of fossil fuels or natural sources like dust storms, forest fires, or sea spray

161
NO2

NO2 levels are currently Good.

Nitrogen oxides, particularly nitrogen dioxide (NO2), are expelled from high temperature combustion. NO2 is a reddish-brown toxic gas has a characteristic sharp, biting odor, and can be seen as a brown-ish plume downwind of cities

58
O3

O3 levels are currently Good.

Ground level ozone is formed in chemical reactions by NOx and VOCs in the presence of sunlight. High concentrations of O3 can be a constituent of smog.

10
NO

NO levels are currently Unknown.

Nitrogen oxides are expelled from high temperature combustion. Nitrogen oxide (NO) is a colorless and toxic gas. It plays a role in depleting earth's ozone layer and is a precursor to the more dangerous NO2.

53
CO

CO levels are currently Good.

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, toxic gas. It is a product of combustion of fuel such as natural gas, coal or wood. Vehicular exhaust contributes to the majority of carbon monoxide let into our atmosphere. It creates a smog type formation in the air that has been linked to many lung diseases and disruptions to the natural environment and animals.

970
C6H6

C6H6 levels are currently Unknown.

Benzene is one of many volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and a natural constituent of crude oil.
It is a known carcinogen, a substance that promotes the formation of cancer, and is harmful even in tiny amounts. Long term exposure to excessive levels of benzene in the air can cause leukemia.
Benzene has a characteristic sweet smell and is responsible for the aroma around gasoline stations. The most common sources of exposure to benzene are tobacco smoke, gasoline stations and vehicular exhausts.

3

Health Recommendations

  • Reduce outdoor activities
  • Keep your window closed
  • Wear a mask outside
  • Turn on your purifier

Historical Air Quality Data for Tanbhanga

ug/m3 at 09:27

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