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Structure and Methodology of Comprehensive Environmental Pollution Index

Punit Limbani, Prof. Payal Zaveri


Identification of polluted industrial clusters or areas is the main objective of study. Based on that to take concern action this clusters are indicated in different colour category. To improve the current status of environmental elements such as air and water quality, ecological injury and visual environmental situation. There are number of methods for calculating pollution index but scoring methodology is most applicable among all. Also we can identify the most polluted area of industrial cluster.

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