Palembang Enclosed by the Extreme Haze, the Air Quality Monitoring Equipment Suddenly Damaged
The head of the Kenten Station BMKG office, Palembang, Nuga Putratijo said, the central server was down. See the details.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The condition of extreme haze is currently struck the city of Palembang, South Sumatra.
The emergence of smoke caused by the forest and land fires (karhurla) that occurred in a number of areas in South Sumatra.
It is known that the particulate concentration monitoring device (PM10) of the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Department (BMKG) was suddenly damaged so that the air level conditions in Palembang could not be monitored.
The head of the Kenten Station BMKG office, Palembang, Nuga Putratijo said, the central server was down.
According to Nuga, the damage has been going on since last Thursday (10/10/2019).
Until now the condition of the server at BMKG is still broken.
Nuga also couldn't be sure when the official website could be re-accessed by the public.
"Don't know yet how long the repairing process is. Hopefully it can be handled as soon as possible," Nuga said. (*)
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