This Cost-effective Alternative to Crop Burning is Eco-friendly Also and May Help Control Air Pollution

New Delhi: Stubble burning in the adjoining states of Punjab and Haryana has become a huge health hazard for the landlocked national capital Delhi. The farmers in Punjab and Haryana prefer to burn the stubbles of harvested crops as it is seen as a cost-effective method as compared to other options of disposing off the stubble.

However, there may be a less-publicised but cost-effective alternative to stubble burning which has caused a huge public health hazard in the capital. With the air quality plunging to severe-plus category on Friday, a public health emergency was declared in Delhi, with the schools being closed till November 5. The smoke from the stubble burning has been attributed as the major cause of air quality deterioration.

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