Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Air Quality in your local neighbourhood

The Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM) has a number of air quality monitoring sites throughout Queensland, with a number of these spread across south-east Queensland. These air quality sites monitor a variety of air quality factors including:

  • carbon monoxide;
  • nitrogen dioxide;
  • ozone;
  • sulphur dioxide;
  • particles TSP;
  • particles PM10;
  • particles PM2.5;
  • visibility.
If you're interested to know what your local air quality is like and whether you should venture outside, have a look at DERM's website.

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