Air quality monitorPeople across Lewes district are being invited to take part in an international project to monitor air quality.

Lewes District Council is encouraging volunteers to help by having an air particulate monitor (pictured) installed at their home.

Councillor Matthew Bird, Cabinet Member for Sustainability, said: “This is a chance for everyone, young and old, to become ‘citizen scientists’ and contribute to an international project measuring local air quality.”


1 Comment

  1. Jill Goulder

    This is a great initiative – some real data. I have one, and that’s great (you can see my data on, but it’s had to be an indoor one. When the installer (a nice guy) arrived, it turned out that for installation outside they lead the cable through the edge of a window (it’s a thin flat cable, so that would work for many windows); but I couldn’t because of my secondary glazing! They installed it indoors instead, which is apparently an adequate 2nd option.


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