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What is the air quality index

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What level does the air quality index have to be above to be considered hazardous

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When was Air Quality Health Index created?

Air Quality Health Index was created in 2005.


What is air quality index?

The Air Quality Index (AQI) also known as the Air Pollution Index (API) or Pollutant Standard Index (PSI)), is an indicator of air quality, based on pollutants that have adverse effects on human health and the environment.


What is the air quality index?

The Air Quality Index (AQI) also known as the Air Pollution Index (API) or Pollutant Standard Index (PSI)), is an indicator of air quality, based on pollutants that have adverse effects on human health and the environment.


How is air quality measured in the UK?

It is measured by the pollution index


The Air Quality indicates the level of pollution in the air using a scale developed by the Environmental Protection Agency?

Air Quality Index


The Environmental Protection Agency developed a scale to communicate the level of pollution in the air It is called the Air Quality?

The Air Quality Index.


An air quality index of 0-15 is?

Very good.


Is there a such thing called AQI?

AQI stands for air quality index which is used in places to see if air quality is breathable


What level does the air quality index have to be above to be considered hazardous?

300


What level does the air quality index have to be below to be considered good?

50


Which two air pollutants are measured in the Air Quality Index to predict air quality and the level of health concern for humans?

Particulate matter and ozone.


What units are used for the measurement of air pollution?

air quality index(AQI),parts per milion,COH(coeffiecient of haze),opacity,odor index,soiling index are the units used to measure the air pollution

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