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Welcome to the Air Quality in Wales website. This website aims to provide you with comprehensive information about Air Quality in Wales.
Air Pollution in Wales is currently: High - Index 9
For more information about what the bands mean, please refer to the key underneath the map on the left.
Click on the links below for air pollution bulletins:
View the air pollution forecasts for the area of Wales where you are:
For more information and advice on action you can take when MODERATE or HIGH air pollution is forecast, please see the health advice pages
Website Improved - Air Quality Exceedance Summary and Statistics Download
Published Date: 01/10/2012
New features have been added to this website to enable users to:
WAQF 2014 Seminar: Air Quality Issues - What is next?
Published Date: 01/10/2014
The 2014 Seminar of the Welsh Air Quality Forum was held on Thursday 25th September at The Media Resource Centre,...
» Programme (pdf)
» Air Quality Policy 2014 (pdf)
By Roger Herbert, Welsh Government
» Managing the Public Health Risks from Environmental Incidents - Guidance for Wales (pdf)
By Kristian James, Natural Resources Wales
» Emergency Incident Management Framework (pdf)
By Mike Thomson, Natural Resources Wales
» Low Cost Sensor Networks for Air Quality Monitoring (pdf)
By Prof Rod Jones, University of Cambridge
» Air Quality and Health Impact of Waste to Energy and Biomass Combustion (pdf)
By Dr Mark Broomfield, Ricardo-AEA
» Air Quality Impacts of Domestic Wood Burning (pdf)
By Dr Gary Fuller, Kings College London
» Source apportionment of Particulate Matter (PM2.5) in the UK (including cooking emissions) (pdf)
By Prof Roy Harrison, Birmingham University
» AQ Impact of Fracking Activities (pdf)
By Andrew Kibble, Public Health England