Air Pollution Information Bulletin - 2nd July 2015
News published: 02/07/2015
The warm, sunny, weather of yesterday (1st July 2015) resulted in High air pollution in much of England. The pollution was due to ozone. Eight (8) sites exceeded the EU ozone public information threshold of 180 ug/m3 (see http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/news?view=222).
The following site exceeded the EU Ozone Information Threshold early today (Thursday 2nd July). This was primarily due to yesterday's pollution clearing across the east of the UK.
- Weybourne 182 ug/m3 - 01:00 BST
Some areas of High remain in the forecast for today. Monitored habe now returned to low. Air Pollution alerts issued yesterday remain in place for a 24 hour period.
Further information on health advice can be found here http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/air-pollution/daqi
More information about these alerts can be found here: http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/latest/alerts
Forecasts, latest measurements and health advice are available on our website http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/ and Defra's freephone helpline (0800 556677). Updates on current and forecast levels of air pollution can also be found on Twitter (@DefraUKAir).
First Issued: 15:28 2nd July 2015
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