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#LetSchoolsBreathe campaign starts in US

After a great response to our UK #LetSchoolsBreathe campaign (we received applications from nearly 100 primary and secondary schools across the country) we land in America to help to #RepairTheAir near schools in USA.

#LetSchoolsBreathe is our campaign to install air quality sensors around the population most frequently harmed by air pollution, our youth.

The idea is simple: schools can apply to receive an Airly sensor which measures particulate matter (PM) and gases for a 6 month period, completely free of charge. The sensor will monitor outdoor levels of Particulate Matter (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10) and dangerous pollutant gases like NO2 which is particularly harmful to children. Our devices monitor ambient emission levels 24 hours a day and provide updated concentration data every 5 minutes. This data is available to view for free on an easy to use, color coded air pollution map via our Airly Mobile Application or desktop map. Airly can also integrate the sensor data directly into school district websites or any alert system and mobile platform via a widget.

You can learn more and apply for the action HERE.

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