Live Pollution Monitor

Data from a pollution monitor located on Warrender Park Road near the High School, measuring particulate pollution (PM10, PM2.5). Particulate pollution is commonly caused by Diesel engines as well as brake- and tyre- wear dust.

Currently, the World Health Organisation identifies safe levels of PM10s (particulates measuring under ten micrometres) as under 20µg/m³ (micrograms per cubic metre). The EU’s safe particulate matter level for PM10s is 40µg/m³. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states that PM2.5 levels of 35.5 to 55.4µg/m³ are unhealthy for children.

PM10s are implicated in causing asthma and PM2.5s can even enter the bloodstream via the lungs due to their small size.

Live Particulate Pollution (µg/m³)

PM10 PM2.5 3.8 3

Temperature, Pressure, Humidity

Sensor 33649
  • pressure: 1004.4hPa
  • temperature: 10.6°C
  • humidity: 48.1%
  • pressure_at_sealevel: 101588.4

PM10 and PM2.5 data over the last 24 hours (µg/m³):

PM10 and PM2.5 rolling average (µg/m³)