West Midlands school get to grips with air pollution
Mar 28 2019 Read 515 Times
Northfield Road Primary school is located just a short distance from Halesowen Road which has recently been identified by a ‘Friends of the Earth’ report as one of the highest polluted areas in the UK. The sensors are one of a number of initiatives planned by council bosses to wage war on pollution in specific areas of the Borough.
ET’s Ambient Air UK Sales Manager, Paul Norman comments: “Dudley MBC have seen the value in purchasing the Zephyrs as a tool to help them quantify just how much polluted air the children and local residents are breathing on a daily basis. The Zephyr sensor (a light weight mobile unit measuring NO2 O3 PM10 PM2.5 and PM1.0 as standard), can be moved around as and when needed, requires minimal maintenance and carries an attractive price tag making it the perfect solution for this kind of study.”
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