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Air Quality Monitoring

Monitoring stations have been set up to monitor the air quality in communities. The measurements are used to identify the main sources of pollution in the communities and to determine the improvement in air quality as the interventions are implemented. The following parameters are monitored continuously: Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5), sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), ozone (O3), temperature, wind speed and direction, rainfall, pressure and relative humidity.


Kwazamokhule Air Quality Monitoring Monthly Reports


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Ezamokhule Air Quality Monitoring Monthly Reports

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The ambient air quality monitoring station in KwaZamokuhle was established in September 2014, and the monitoring station in Ezamokuhle was established in July 2017. The sites are operated by the Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Team at Eskom’s RT&D Department. Both monitoring stations have received accreditation from the South African National Accreditation Society (SANAS).

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station in KwaZamokuhle

 Inside the Ambient Monitoring Station in Ezamokuhle