City of Busan Looks to Tackle Fine Dust Problem

The city of Busan will implement a seasonal vehicle management system to combat fine dust from next month until the end of March next year when fine dust concentrations are frequently high.

During this period, public vehicles at government offices, public corporations, and related institutions, as well as staff vehicles, will switch from the current weekday system to a 2-part system.

Meanwhile, the city plans to install air purifiers at 5,300 facilities vulnerable to fine dust, including daycare centers, nursing homes, and kindergartens and it will provide masks to 190,000 low-income groups and people working outside.

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