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Smoke, Smog, Dust 2016-2017 Chiang Mai

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I see this public park near me which has some sort of waste collection for recycled stuff, and of course they burn most of it.  Chang Phuek

 

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Out of sight/smell, out of mind...............but unless pigs are now flying, it will be back soon enough

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We've smelled burning for the last 3 or 4 nights now. Only 2 more years of my sentence left before I'm released back to Isaan....

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On December 5, 2559 BE at 8:16 PM, JaseTheBass said:

We've smelled burning for the last 3 or 4 nights now. Only 2 more years of my sentence left before I'm released back to Isaan....

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No burning going on in Isaan?

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No burning going on in Isaan?


It doesn't get trapped and hang around like it does up here. And there's nowhere near as much burning either.

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It doesn't get trapped and hang around like it does up here. And there's nowhere near as much burning either.

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Guess your memories on isaan are outdated and romantic the smoke hoovers for 3 month all over north Asia from India to Vietnam - surly not excluding isaan with its hazardous pollution levels.

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Can see a few plumes of smoke rising most days now, early morning burning in and around some of the villages, ash in the pool today from the burnt rice stubs I guess.

Won't be too long now.

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That's it decision made - move for good due to environmental issues the north is definitely nothing I want/can live permanently- as it's now December -May hazardous conditions-bye bye north and with that even Thailand . Good luck to the once who can't leave.

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Mid morning view from Mae Kuang Dam..most of it roadside tree/grass litter burning

Can only get worse i figure.

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Guess your memories on isaan are outdated and romantic the smoke hoovers for 3 month all over north Asia from India to Vietnam - surly not excluding isaan with its hazardous pollution levels.


Arrived in Udon today and am enjoying the noticeably cleaner air. Salute!

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I got lung cancer but I only paid 100 baht for the room!!!! Cheap things turn our mind off to more serious problems. We are idiots.


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On 12/28/2016 at 9:50 AM, BernieOnTour said:

Does anybody know, where to buy N95 masks in Chiang Mai?

 

Home Pro.

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On Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 4:30 PM, Awk said:

 

Home Pro.

Thank you

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