Here is how crackers make Diwali air fouler

October 24, 2018

Diwali, a religious festival celebrated widely and publicly in India, has been found to pollute the air that could trigger health hazards for the general population. In a study led by School of Public Health Professor of Global Environmental Health Kirk R. Smith, air quality levels rise during Diwali and remain elevated even after Diwali.

The levels measured in the study were 12 times higher than the World Health Organization guideline.

Read the full article on Hindustan Times