Clean Air Day Pollution Sensors

To celebrate Clean Air Day on the 8th of October 2020, the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames launched an innovative addition to their air quality monitoring programme. As part of the borough’s fight against pollution, they decided to purchase small, wearable air quality monitoring devices to be used by the community. This will help to provide an accurate picture of air quality and pollution across the borough, helping to improve understanding and inform future policies and decision making. Cross River Partnership’s Healthy Streets Everyday (HSE) Programme funded 26 of the personal air quality monitoring devices that will be used across Richmond Upon Thames.

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