Air pollution is a fact of life for many urban communities. With the World Health Organization estimating that ambient air pollution is responsible for 4.2 million deaths per year, community air quality monitoring projects are a vital part of preventing widespread health issues. Guard against pollutants and harmful particulate matter with trusted air quality monitoring systems designed to educate and effect positive change in your community.
Empower Your Community To Take Meaningful Environmental Action
Ensure your community air quality monitoring projects are backed by credible data. Gather accurate, readings you can trust using our range of fixed and portable systems.
Aeroqual is proud to have supported 1,000s of successful projects in more than 70 countries on all seven continents, collaborating on R&D with the U.S. EPA since 2018.
Influence Local Authorities And Create Positive Change
Gain a complete picture of vehicle pollution in your community through a targeted roadside network of compact, cost-effective real-time monitors. Know when vehicle emissions reach dangerous levels and safeguard your community’s air quality. Influence the future of your neighborhood for the benefit of generations to come.
Reassure Your Community, Keeping Them In The Know About Their Air Quality
Demonstrate your continued commitment to community air quality monitoring and keeping your local area safe. Obtain trusted data via our sensor-based portable and fixed air pollution monitoring systems. Provide peace of mind to parents, students, and the community at large.
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Measure the common pollutants
Tackle the challenge of funding your community air monitoring projects through a combination of available grants and crowdfunding initiatives. Not sure where to start? We’ve put together a list of possible funding options below to help set the wheels of change in motion.
Here are some examples of the type of grants accessible to community air quality monitoring projects. EPAs are a good place to start when researching different grants on offer.
CAF support organizations around the world working to combat outdoor air pollution, improve health, and accelerate decarbonization.
CCAC are working to make urban air pollution an urgent health and development priority nation to nation.
CAPP (AB) 617’s focus is to reduce exposure in communities most impacted by air pollution. They are working together to implement new strategies to measure and reduce its effect.
Take matters into your own hands and get your community air quality monitoring project moving via a crowdfunding campaign. Many worthy projects reach their funding goal in just 40 days.
Fundly helps everyone, including non-profits, charities, clubs, schools, teams, churches, and other causes to raise money online from friends, family, colleagues, donors, and other supporters.
Causes is the world’s largest online campaigning platform and is a great place to discover, support and organize campaigns, fundraisers, and petitions around the issues that impact you and your community.
GoFundMe have an entire section on their website devoted to community-based fundraising approaches. Your campaign can be live and collecting donations in just a few minutes.
AIR QUALITY MONITORING FOR SCHOOLS
SUPPORT COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Want to make the world a healthier place? Lend your support to one of these community air quality monitoring projects.
CleanAirNow Kansas City
Empowering communities through environmental education, community research projects, and people-driven solutions to improve public health.
Partnership For Developing Resilient Communities
Helping local non-profits shape and lead resilience projects borne from the voices and priorities of underserved communities.
CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORIES
“Aeroqual monitors give us and our
stakeholders confidence in the
air quality data we collect.”
– Boris Lukanov
Senior Scientist – PSE Healthy Energy
Los Angeles Community Air Monitoring Network
The project has brought together several organizations: SC AQMD with a STAR grant from U.S. EPA & Aeroqual, as part of a government-funded research.
ZED and Grosvenor
ZED used Aeroqual’s Urban Air Quality Monitors to help ensure customer health and well-being outside some of Sweden’s busiest shopping centers.
The highs and lows of building a 100 air quality sensor network in LA
We’ve teamed up with SCAQMD, UCLA and several LA community groups to set up a network of 100 air quality sensors in communities throughout the Greater LA area.
Air pollution in schools has been in the news a lot lately. The news is both good and bad. We’ll look at how air quality monitoring can be used to protect and educate.