Clean Air Together – Cork City

Clean Air Together are inviting expressions of interest from Cork City residents to measure air quality levels in Cork City.

It is a citizen science project where up to 1,000 participants will record levels of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) in their local area.

This will give us a better understanding of air pollution in the Cork City Council administrative area and help to improve air quality in the future.


To register, you need to:

  • Be over 18 years old.
  • Be based in the Cork City Council  Administrative Area
  • Be available at the start and end of October to install the tube.
  • Have access to a ground-floor or first-floor window facing a road at that location.


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