EPA Scientists Evaluate Low-Cost Air Sensors in Phoenix, Arizona

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Arizona’s hot, dry summers, along with dust storms and other harsh conditions, will be the testing ground for low-cost air sensors to determine how well they provide accurate data over time and under different weather conditions.

Though low-cost sensors are not considered suitable for regulatory monitoring, they can provide valuable information about local air quality to state and local stakeholders, which could help identify areas in need of more robust and accurate monitoring and/or efforts to reduce air pollution exposures.

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