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Bangkok is currently grappling with the return of PM2.5 dust particles, predominantly due to the transition from the rainy season to the colder months. Rising atmospheric pressure and stagnant air contribute to the accumulation of these particles. The Pollution Control Department (PCD) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment reported today, that the PM2.5 … …

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When pollution issues are never rectified then we shouldn't expect any positive change. The old diesel metropolitan buses and trucks continue to pollute unabated, as do the utilities. Can't wait till burn off starts so that all of the blame for poor air pollution can be apportioned to burn offs.  Chadchart Sittipunt promised positive change in the Bangkok Metro area and he has achieved nothing. 

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