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  • Where does this data come from?

    The Brighton air monitoring site is located off Lindsay Street, Brighton.

    It is between the Sandringham train line and a road with light residential traffic. The Nepean Highway, with heavy traffic, is 1.5 km to the east.

     

    Humidity and fog can sometimes affect the PM2.5 measurements at this site. This is due to limitations with the optical measurement techniques we use here.

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  • Disclaimer

    Data on EPA AirWatch comes directly from our air monitoring stations using various types of monitoring equipment and methods. This data may be adjusted later according to set criteria to account for instrument errors, power interruptions and other technical issues.

    EPA aims to locate our ambient monitoring stations so they give a good representation of the air quality experienced by the public. As most of the Victorian population lives and works close to roads, most of our stations are in population centres next to roads. This can mean we do not always comply with one of the requirements of the Australian Standard for siting (AS 3580.1.1), which specifies that air monitoring stations should be more than 50 metres away from a road. Currently, Footscray is the only EPA air monitoring site that meets this requirement.

    Read more about our National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) accreditation.

  • Check the air monitoring network status

    Bairnsdale: Monitoring for PM2.5 is offline due to routine maintenance and PM2.5 data is not being collected at this station. EPA expects data to become available on the website from 6pm, 28/01/20. The air quality forecast for East Gippsland is expected to be VERY POOR. (28 January 2020)

    Footscray: Monitoring for PM10 is offline due to routine maintenance and PM10 data is not being collected at this station. EPA expects data to become available on the website from 12pm, 29/01/20. The air quality forecast for Melbourne is expected to be MODERATE. (28 January 2020)

    Morwell South : Monitoring for sulfur dioxide and visibility is offline due to technical difficulties and sulfur dioxide and visibility data is not being collected at this station. EPA technicians are working to fix the problem. (28 January 2020)

    Melton: Monitoring for ozone is offline due to technical difficulties and ozone data is not being collected at this station. EPA technicians are working to fix the problem. (28 January 2020)

    Dallas: Monitoring for PM2.5 is offline due to technical difficulties and PM2.5 data is not being collected at this station. EPA technicians are working to fix the problem. (13 January 2020)

    Newborough: Monitoring for PM2.5 is offline due to technical difficulties and data is not being collected at this station. EPA technicians are working to fix this issue. (3 January 2020)

    Point Cook air monitoring station is offline due to disruption to electrical supply and data is not being collected at this station. Expected resolution time is the end of February 2020 . (14 January 2020)

    Altona North air monitoring station will be offline temporarily while the station is relocated nearby. Until the new site is established air monitoring information for Altona North will not be displayed on AirWatch. Air quality information for Footscray, Brooklyn and Point Cook is available on the AirWatch website. (26 June 2019)

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