Beijing, Jan. 4 (Xinhua): Beijing saw more days with good air quality and a density of PM2.5 record average, the distance from the municipal environment.

The average concentration of PM2.5 in the Metropolis was 38 micrograms per cubic meter by 2020, a year-on-year decrease of 9.5 percent and the lowest measurement from the measure. The data was collected for the first time in 2013, according to the Municipal Ecology of Beijing and the Office of Environment.

The best air quality marked a step closer to comply with the national level two standard. For control PM2.5, which is 35 micrograms per cubic meter. Reading PM2.5 is a particle monitoring indicator in the air of 2.5 microns or less in diameter, which can penetrate deep into the lungs of people.

Liu Baoxian, The Beijing Director of the Municipal Ecological and Environmental Monitoring Center, said that half of Beijing's 16 districts saw their density of PM2.5, fulfill the national standard last year, from only two in 2019.

last year, the city saw 276 days with good air quality (which is determined by Concentrations of important air pollutants), up to 100 days from 2013, according to Liu. There were 10 days of heavy air pollution, compared to 58 days of 2013, the office show statistics.

last year, the average concentrations of PM10 and nitrogen dioxide in Beijing was 56 and 29 micrograms per cubic meter, respectively, both at half numbers In 2013 when the city faced a long and severe smoggy climate.

"The" air quality in Beijing has improved noticeably in recent years with many less days of smoggy, "he said that a 56-year-old resident appointed Zhang "I am more willing to do morning exercises outdoors."

In 2013, Beijing's municipal authorities issued an action plan to address the Air pollution In the midst of the growing public concern, promising winning the "battle for the blue skies" through a kilometer of measurements, including the demolition of coal boilers, the optimization of energy structure and gradual elimination of vehicles with high emissions.

The annual carbon consumption of the city has decreased below 2 million tons, and clean energy now represents 97 by One hundred total energy consumption of the city, according to official data.

As of November last year, the city had a total of 401,000 new energy vehicles, and more than 60 percent of all vehicles in Beijing met with the strict emission standards of "China V" or higher.

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Li added that large data and other advanced technologies have been used in air cleaner efforts. For example, the city has established monitoring platforms for vehicle emissions and contamination of dust.

Over the years, Beijing has cooperated with the neighboring municipality of Tianjin and the province of Hebei to combat the air jointly. Pollution, with positive results reached.

However, experts say that the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and nearby areas face an arduous task to further improve air quality as the region . The emissions of air pollutants still exceed their environmental capacity.

The authorities in Beijing have promised to advance regional cooperation on the control of air pollution and further reduce carbon dioxide emissions and other pollutants. such as PM2.5, ozone, Tianjinjobs.com/view-blog/1158" target="_BLANK">volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides by 2021. enditem

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