As a part of the international project Clear Air for Ukraine, the members of Ukrainian organisation Eco City, together with regional partners and with support from Czech NGO Arnika, presented the state-of-the-art public air monitoring stations “Oxygen”. The stations were installed in four industrial cities of Ukraine – Kharkiv, Kramatorsk, Kryvyi Rih and Zaporizhia.
“The installation of ‘Oxygen‘ air monitoring stations by Eco City from Ivano-Frankivsk enables the public to continuously evaluate air quality. The stations also allow the collection of vast data which will be used to calculate and predict air pollution and its risks for the public health,” said Maksym Soroka, the scientific and technical expert of the Clear Air for Ukraine project.
More about the installations can be found here.
Photo: Oleksandr Yaroschuk