Today (29 January 2019) at 14.15 hrs. At the Command Building Hall 1, Government House, General Prayut Chan-ocha, Prime Minister, gave an interview after the cabinet meeting regarding the issue of PM 2.5 dust that affects people’s health. Now this is a major problem even though it may not be able to be solved in the near future. But will try to find suitable measures for both the short-term, medium-term and long-term to make the solution as soon as possible
The Prime Minister continued that Now there is discussion By going to the National Environment Board with Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan as president to drive And there are many agencies involved Both the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Ministry of Public Health Ministy of Science and Tecnology Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Energy Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives Bangkok And the police integrate the whole system together
Which must be solved at the source of the cause that someone is involved Which did not blame anyone as the news was presented Now, how to integrate with the private sector, factories that will help reduce this pollution? Which has laws to enforce pollution control But have to go and see if doing just that or not, or maybe there will be some special measures such as stopping the machine in the morning – evening or not The private sector must also participate in the amendment. In many countries, there are specific laws. In this integration Request time to study and adapt to be in line with the Thai context.
Source: Royal Thai Government