Air Quality Monitoring in Bray

Data from Air Quality Monitoring in Bray

The Environmental Protection Agency manages the National Ambient Air Quality Network.  Find out more information on what we monitor.

The Air Quality Index for Health  is calculated every hour and tells you if air quality is good, fair, poor or very poor in your region. The above index is for overall air quality in the Large Towns AQIH Region. You can find out if air quality is likely to affect your health and what you can do to protect your health on the Air Quality Index for Health page.

The Bray site is located in grounds of Bray Town Council yard on Wurzburg road. Monitoring is done using continuous monitors for ozone and PM2.5. The most recent results can be viewed using the links below.

An air quality assessment in Bray was carried out between October 2005 and May 2006. This site was located in the Health Services Executive yard on Killarney Road. Monitoring was done by a mobile unit containing continuous monitors for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, PM10 and benzene.  Metals in air were measured by pumping air through filters which were changed at regular intervals. Results for this assessment can be veiwed through the link below.

 

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Air Monitoring Information