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EPA Study Assesses Long-Term Capabilities of Air Sensors

New air sensor technology is offering ways for individuals, communities, and researchers to learn more about air quality, but many questions remain about sensor performance and reliability over time and under different climate conditions. This summer, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) begins the Long-Term Performance Project to tackle questions about long-term use of air sensors, and their performance and capabilities. Researchers will evaluate six models of commercial air sensors, placing them in seven locations with diverse climates and air quality conditions across the country, including EPA’s test site in Durham, North Carolina.

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