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The Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation Department admits its efforts to tackle sky-high PM2.5 levels in Bangkok are being thwarted by the haze drifting from Myanmar. The department’s Director-General, Supit Pithaktham, sprung into action after Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s directive to combat PM2.5 air pollution actively. Supit revealed that despite their daily endeavours since December to … …

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Perhaps the authorities should be proactive and deal with the pollution from the vast amount of old vehicles polluting the air, take them off the road and destroy them, compensate the owners with a low interest loan to replace the vehicle. Exhaust emissions can be checked easily by the roadside, the road traffic police are good at putting in pinch points. A three minute exhaust check would identify the offenders, the message would soon get around, the pm reading would head South with a little help

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