MPCA will place air quality sensors in every Minneapolis/St. Paul ZIP code

Read the full story from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

To get a better picture of how air pollution may vary across urban areas, the MPCA is starting a project to place new air quality sensors in all the ZIP codes of Minneapolis and St. Paul, thanks to a grant from the Legislative Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources.  The sensors represent a new type of technology for measuring air quality and are smaller and less expensive to operate than traditional air monitors.

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