The BVLD Airshed Management Society and the Village of Hazelton are collaborating to make air quality readings public and useful.
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We ordered the Hazelton’s first air quality sensor back in 2017 and made arrangements for installation and activation. Our thanks to the Storytellers’ Foundation for hosting the sensor!
- LIVE READINGS OF tiny smoke particle density – called PM2.5
- Live Readings of temperature – TEMP
- Find out how to get cash back for improving your air:
- BVLD AMS – http://cleanairplan.ca
- and our first sensor host
After an easy setup and config (I mean really easy!) the monitor is now producing live readings on the net.
See here for current readings, click on the dot. I’ll post soon on what the readings mean.
Installed and not hooked up to give live readings, see here. Click on the purple dot. Note the readings are NOT up-to-date.
And it’s testing fine, indoors and out. Tanalee Hesse of the Village of Hazelton offered the use of a Village building subject to IT approving. Also maybe the Storytellers’ Foundation across the street might host the unit. More news when we have it!
Right, an update on Thursday, 20 April 2017. We also have the place – Storytellers will host the unit and provide the wifi. We’re arranging the install date and planning a publicity event for June 6, Clean Air Day!