Air quality monitoring increased across London

Breathe London Network will soon have over 300 sensors

Mark Moran
17 June 2021
The Breathe London Network sensor network monitors the effects of pollution including high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
The Breathe London Network sensor network monitors the effects of pollution including high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
A Breathe London sensor
A Breathe London sensor
 

The collection of reliable data about air pollution across London will be enhanced by the installation of 131 air quality sensors at hospitals, schools and other priority locations.

The additional units will expand the Breathe London Network to 322 sensors.

The Breathe London Network sensor network monitors the effects of pollution including high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which aggravates respiratory diseases. The real-time sensors are managed by Imperial College London and are funded by...

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