In air samples taken in Tyumen on September 28, excess levels of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and other pollutants were found. URA.RU was informed about this by the Rospotrebnadzor office for the Tyumen region.
“Due to the smell of burning in Tyumen, on September 28, air samples were taken and examined for the content of pollutants. The content of carbon monoxide was found to exceed the maximum permissible single concentration by 1.3, suspended substances by 1.08 MAC, fine particles PM 2.5 by 1.13 MAC, and nitrogen dioxide by 1.6 MAC. r.,” reported Rospotrebnadzor.
Tyumen residents have been complaining about the smell of burning and smog for several days now. According to the regional government, they are brought to the region by the wind from the Sverdlovsk region. where natural fires rage.
Citizens are advised to minimize their time spent outdoors. In case of heavy smoke, you should use protective masks, close windows tightly and humidify the indoor air.