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Daily Air Quality Index - Tuesday 23 July 2024

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Air Quality in Southampton
Southampton City Council carries out monitoring of air pollution levels at a number of locations throughout the city. This monitoring is part of an ongoing programme of review and assessment of air quality.

The map to the left shows peak pollution levels as recorded by automatic continuous monitoring analysers. These analysers give precise levels of a number of potentially harmful pollutants, including nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3) and fine particulate matter (PM10). You can find out more information on these sites and the pollution levels recorded by them by clicking on their dots.

Alternatively, click on the images below to view other information such as air quality reports, historical pollution graphs and statistics and general information about pollution and health. You can also download the monitoring data and plot your own graphs:

General information such as the health effects of pollution, its behaviour and links to other sites. all about the pollutants and their health effects
Download reports concerning air quality, including periodic review and assessment reports. download reports
Compare monitoring results to national standards and calculate your own statistics statistical tools
View or download accurate measurement data from across the region download monitoring data

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Environmental Health, Southampton City Council, Municipal Ground Floor, Civic Centre, SO14 7LY
Tel: 023 8083 2531

Email: environmental.health@southampton.gov.uk