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Other pertinent issues would be open burning sources caused by people disposing ofrefuse or waste via burning out in the open, as well as crop and stubbleburning caused by farmers utilizing the extremely illegal slash and burnfarming methods. Despite their high level of illegality, they still continue toafflict many parts of Thailand, often taking place in hard to reach areasoutside of a city’s limits, and under the cover of darkness. All of theseissues added together would cause the heightened readings of PM2. 5 that wererecorded in the state of Chon Buri over 2019. What are the main pollutants found in the air in Chon Buri? With main pollution sources mostly coming from the combustion of one material or another, the subsequent fumes, smoke and haze in the air would be permeated with relatedforms of chemical compounds, some of which arise directly from the source, withothers forming as a ‘secondary’ pollutant whereby chemicals in the air, underthe right conditions, will bond together to form novel and even more dangerous forms of pollution.
Bang Lamung came in with a PM2. 5 average of 23 μg/m³ over 2019, putting it into the‘moderate’ pollution bracket, which requires a PM2. 5 reading of anywherebetween 12. 1 to 35. 4 μg/m³ to be classified as such. This reading also placedit into 720th place out of all cities ranked worldwide in 2019, areading that whilst not overtly disastrous is still indicative of some fairly prominent pollution issues.
Looking at some of the cities contained within the state, it is apparent that Chon Buridoes indeed suffer from many pollutive issues, with cities such as Bang Lamungas well as Pattaya both coming in with elevated readings of PM2. 5, although ofnote is that they are free from year round elevated readings of pollution, andtheir yearly averages tend to get skewed by particularly polluted months thatlet the whole year down. Some months actually manage to come in nicely withinthe World Health Organizations (WHO's) target goal of 10 μg/m³ or less for thebest quality of air, with the closer to 0 being of course the most optimal.
Some of the main pollutants that would be found coming from vehicles would be ones such asnitrogen dioxide (NO2) and sulfur dioxide (SO2). Nitrogendioxide is a particularly prominent culprit here, having the ability to causedamage to the lungs of people who are exposed on a daily basis as well as causeirritation to the respiratory tract and trigger off conditions such as asthma. Other pollutants would include ones such as black carbon and volatile organiccompounds (VOC's), some of which would include ones such as xylene toluene, methylene chloride, tetrachloroethylene, ethylene glycol and formaldehyde. Allof these are extremely harmful to breathe, and extremely easy to do so due totheir volatile nature making them reach a gaseous form at much lowertemperatures as compared to many other compounds.
Other causes of pollution would be industry, with thousands of factories across the regiongiving off smoke and haze from the use of diesel in their heavy machinery, aswell as widespread use of coal to provide energy to these plants. Industrialeffluence as a side effect of whatever product is being made is also acontributing factor, besides just the fumes released from the combustion of coal. Other sources would include construction sites, with rapid growth often seeing large amountsof new infrastructure popping up and the subsequent massive increase in construction. Poorly maintained sites can leak off large amounts of fine particulate mattersas well as microplastics and even heavy metals such as lead, mercury or cadmium.
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