The Control Board (WBPCB) will be adding five more automatic stations by March for monitoring air quality in the metropolis, an said on Thursday.

“As advised by the and the Central Control Board (CPCB), shifting to automatic real time monitoring is the future. WBPCB has identified locations for adding five more automatic monitoring stations across Kolkata by March,” WBPCB said.

There are two existing automatic and 17 manual stations in Kolkata, he said on the sidelines of a programme organised by environmental groups, Climate Trends and Legal Initiative for Forests and (LIFE). Read More