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4 building sites warned as Pattaya goes to war against PM 2.5

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4 building sites warned as Pattaya goes to war against PM 2.5

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PATTAYA:--Pattaya gave stern warnings to four construction sites for disregarding air pollution regulations as it begins inspecting 100 projects around the city.

 

Deputy City Manager Sutham Petchket organized the inspections of the unnamed building projects Feb. 13. All four were found to be taking no precautions to prevent the spread of dust and, particularly, particulate matter smaller than 2.5 microns.

 

In an effort to improve Pattaya’s air quality, Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome ordered city regulatory officials to inspect construction sites of all sizes to be sure they were hosing down their work areas regularly and following procedures to minimize dust and PM 2.5.

 

The operation is ongoing.

 

Read more: https://www.pattayamail.com/featured/4-building-sites-warned-as-pattaya-goes-to-war-against-pm-2-5-288218

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2020-02-17—

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And when the constructions eventually come to a halt, it's not due to less Chinese buyers, it's because of environmental concerns....:whistling:

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7 hours ago, tinca tinca said:

so have ALL these sites got EIA approval???

The big chief at City Hall says yes...........:whistling:

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2 minutes ago, petermik said:

The big chief at City Hall says yes...........:whistling:

well he would do would he not, assuming he has got brown envelope !!

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Goes to " WAR" then hands out warnings . LOL

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The air is fine now there isnt hardy any tour buaes..thats where they really need to clamp down if the Chinese ever start coming back

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There's such a construction going on right now next door to where I live. They kick up an enormous amount of dust in these early stages of construction. They don't hose anything down. They also make a lot noise very early in the morning. Does anyone know of a way to contact these inspectors online?

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I’m curious how much PM 2.5 a construction project makes?  It seems they would be much larger particles, such as PM 10.  The larger particles don’t enter the bloodstream 

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16 minutes ago, tropo said:

There's such a construction going on right now next door to where I live. They kick up an enormous amount of dust in these early stages of construction. They don't hose anything down. They also make a lot noise very early in the morning. Does anyone know of a way to contact these inspectors online?

This may be of help, or at least a starting point,

http://www.allpattaya.com/directory/Public-Services/business/5022/Pattaya-City-Hall

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A reduction in old worn out diesel smoke belching Baht buses may help  ... why can city hall not regulate this epidemic of public transport..

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21 hours ago, Rimmer said:

Pattaya gave stern warnings to four construction sites for disregarding air pollution regulations as it begins inspecting 100 projects around the city.

 

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