Air quality monitorTo know how good or bad the air quality is in your neighbourhood and to inform any actions you may want to take to improve it, you first need to be able to easliy and accurately take the necessary measurements.

Newcastle has taken a big step in this direction and has now deployed up to 600 of these monitors across the city. Is it too much to hope Bristol would want to follow suit? You can read more about how these air quality monitoring 'pods' are being used and what they can measure here

REMEMBER!: the Clean Air Bishopston team is small and purely voluntary, wants to do a lot more to enhance this web site and extend our project, but needs YOU!! Please get in touch with your contributions, comments, suggestions, offers of help, or for some other reason: click here to reach our contact form.
 

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