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CoJ Claims That Foul Smell Is Not A Sign of Poor Quality.

JOHANNESBURG - The City of Johannesburg guaranteed occupants that the metropolitan's air quality is protected notwithstanding a strange impactful smell in the air.

What was accepted to be a 'sulfur cloud' was obviously brought about by contamination from Mpumalanga's power plants and modern tasks - which might have floated towards the highveld.

Climate and Infrastructure Services MMC Michael Sun said the Provincial Air Quality Management Unit would keep on observing the raised degrees of sulfur and the conceivable wellbeing gambles.

"The city's Air Quality Management Unit has laid out the smell was far and wide across the city, which fortunately rejects the chance of a restricted source in Johannesburg. I encourage occupants not to overreact. The City is possibly managing a cross-limit contamination source," he said.

"The ongoing climate framework is helpful for the transportation of contamination from the Highveld Priority Area and the modern complex of Mpumalanga, which run more power age and petrochemical modern tasks," made sense of Sun.

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