Air pollution disaster: The Blaze Haze Trail

In the past four days, Malaysia and Singapore have been covered with a thick blanket of smog not seen in 16 years. The below infograph gives a sampling of the most worrying readings recorded on the Pollution Standard Index, as the trail of the haze moved from Singapore northwest to the Malaysian coastal city of Port Klang on June 25, reaching 487, the most hazardous level recorded since the disaster began.

Blaze Hazesmall

Infograph by Manuel Edralin



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In the past four days, Malaysia and Singapore have been covered with a thick blanket of smog not seen in 16 years. The below infograph gives a sampling of the most worrying readings recorded on the Pollution Standard Index, as the trail of the haze moved from Singapore northwest to the Malaysian coastal city of Port Klang on June 25, reaching 487, the most hazardous level recorded since the disaster began. Infograph by Manuel Edralin

In the past four days, Malaysia and Singapore have been covered with a thick blanket of smog not seen in 16 years. The below infograph gives a sampling of the most worrying readings recorded on the Pollution Standard Index, as the trail of the haze moved from Singapore northwest to the Malaysian coastal city of Port Klang on June 25, reaching 487, the most hazardous level recorded since the disaster began.

Blaze Hazesmall

Infograph by Manuel Edralin



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