Johor to set up four more API measurement stations

Johor Baru.

JOHOR BARU: Four more Air Pollutant Index (API) stations will be set up at several locations in the state by next year.

"The districts that do not have the API stations have to depend on mobile IPU readings, which are not that accurate," said State Health and Environment exco Datuk Ayub Rahmat, adding that Johor currently has four such stations.

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