As part of our commitment to improving air quality in Croydon, we’ve teamed up with five other South London councils to develop the Love Clean Air website which helps explain the issue of air pollution.
The Love Clean Air website contains information to help people learn more about air quality, features local air quality maps, an interactive diagram of air pollutants and their sources, as well as videos about the issue and its health implications.
Changing your behaviour can help to improve air quality. Visit the Love Clean Air website to find out more on the air quality in Croydon and how you can help to make it even cleaner.
You can also read more on the following:
- Croydon air quality action plan
- Air quality review and assessment in Croydon
- Measuring pollution - monitoring stations and diffusion tubes
- Air quality map - Use the map to view annual mean nitrogen dioxide concentrations
- Industrial pollution control
Clean Air Day - 21 June 2018
Air Pollution harms the health of millions of people. There are simple things we can do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health. Clean Air Day is a chance to find out more about air pollution, share information with friends and colleagues, and help make the air cleaner and healthier for everyone.
To find out more details on how you can get involved, visit https://www.cleanairday.org.uk/.
We are asking people to make pledges to ‘leave their car at home’ ,‘walk to school’ and to ‘switch off my engine’.
Monday 18 June - Clean Air Day stand in Surrey Street Market
Please come visit us in Surrey Street Market from 11am to 2pm to celebrate Clean Air Day and raise awareness about air quality.
Tuesday 19 June - Clean Air Day stand in Croydon Library, Katharine Street
Please come visit us in Croydon Library atrium in Katharine Street from 11am to 2pm to celebrate Clean Air Day and raise awareness about air quality
Thursday 21 June - Clean air day - Awareness raising event.
Come and listen to a presentation on idling vehicles at Bernard Weatherill House and find out more about what you can do to reduce your personal exposure to air quality and have an opportunity to talk with Croydon council air quality officers.
The event starts at 6pm to 8pm. Please book a place at https://www.eventbrite.com/o/linda-johnson-14206650265
To find out more information about air quality in South London please go to https://lovecleanair.org/
For further information on idling engines go to https://idlingaction.london/