Air Quality Report

Report for December 2019.

Measurements reveal that air polution levels are significantly below the safe working maximum limit.

Monitoring Station 1

NO₂ (ppb)

Nitrogen Dioxide

Averaging period: 24 hours

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for Nitrogen Dioxide in 24 hours are 400 ppb.

0₃ (ppb)

Air Quality Index (AQI) for Ozone

Averaging period: 8 hours

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for Ozone in 8 hours are 1250 ppb.

PM2.5 (μg/m3)

Fine particulate matter

Averaging period: 24 hours

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for PM2.5 in 24 hours are 75 µg/m³.

Monitoring Station 2

NO₂ (ppb)

Nitrogen Dioxide

Averaging period: 24 hours

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for Nitrogen Dioxide in 24 hours are 400 ppb.

0₃ (ppb)

Air Quality Index (AQI) for Ozone

Averaging period: 8 hours

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for Ozone in 8 hours are 1250 ppb.

PM2.5 (μg/m3)

Fine particulate matter

Avg.: 24 hours. Peak caused by storm damage.

Under the The Kenyan Environmental Management and co-ordination (Air quality ) Regulation of 2014, The permissible levels for PM2.5 in 24 hours are 75 µg/m³.

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