Air Quality Index
The Air Quality Index (AQI), previously known as Pollutant Standards Index, provides daily reports of air quality in relation to smog, ultra-microscopic particles (PM2.5- fine particles/PM10- coarse particles), sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. The pollutants are scaled from 0-500 in five different health categories; good, moderate, unhealthy for sensitive groups, unhealthy and very unhealthy. The index allows citizens to make responsible outdoor actions based on the air quality of that day.
Learn more at www.EnviroFlash.info
Get To Know the Color of Your Air by the Air Quality Index (AQI) www.EnviroFlash.info. AQI informs the public every day on what the air quality outside your home is like so you can plan and adjust your schedule for outside activities like picnics, camping and hiking.
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