Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year Firecracker Air Pollution in the Philippines

Smoke from firecrackers spent on the midnight of Dec. 31, 2010 linger the next day.

Here are a couple of pictures that show the aftermath of the new year celebrations for 2011 in the Philippines. At left is what the streets of a residential area in Rizal looked like about an hour into the new year, and the above photo shows houses the next day at 7:30 am shrouded in air particulates that resemble fog. The limited visibility is the result of millions of firecrackers that have been lit and exploded on the midnight of Dec. 31, 2010. That means a lot of smoke from burned firecracker powder and it can linger for days in many parts of the country.

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2 comments:

reena said...

yes

kara said...


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