Regional Air Quality Monitoring Network results for the first half of 2011
The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the Department of Environmental Protection of Guangdong Province (GDEPD) announced today (October 28) the report on the monitoring results of four major air pollutants (i.e. sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone and respirable suspended particulates) measured by the Pearl River Delta Regional Air Quality Monitoring Network. The report, which covers the period between January and June 2011, is available at both the GDEPD’s website and EPD’s website. The environmental monitoring authorities of the two sides will continue to monitor the regional air quality and release to the public the latest monitoring results. The monitoring results for the whole year of 2011 are expected to be available in April 2012.
Ends/Friday, October 28, 2011