Get Updated Air Quality Information For Your Area

Air Quality refers to the condition of the air in any area. Good air quality is the degree which the air is clean, clear and free from pollutants such as smoke, dust and smog among other gaseous impurities in the air. Air quality is determined by assessing a variety of pollution indicators. Good air quality is a requirement for preserving the balance of life on earth for humans, plants and animals.

Thanks to the website (which allows users to explore air quality anywhere in the world) you can now get daily updated Air Quality information for your area by visiting this Boost Oxygen Learning Center!

We invite our visitors to bookmark this page so that you can easily view your daily Air Quality.


Note: The chart is explained below

If you’d like more detailed information about your local air quality (or if you want to search for air quality ANYWHERE in the world with an interactive map, visit the IQAir website links:



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What is US AQI?

Air Quality Index. Think of the AQI as a yardstick that runs from 0 to 500. The higher the AQI value, the greater the level of air pollution and the greater the health concern. For example, an AQI value of 50 or below represents good air quality, while an AQI value over 300 represents hazardous air quality. You can learn more here:

What is PM2.5?

PM stands for particulate matter (also called particle pollution): the term for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Some particles, such as dust, dirt, soot, or smoke, are large or dark enough to be seen with the naked eye. Others are so small they can only be detected using an electron microscope. You can learn more here:

Temperature (set to Celsius)

If you’re unfamiliar with Celsius, you can convert Celsius to Fahrenheit here:

What is Humidity?

Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. If there is a lot of water vapor in the air, the humidity will be high. Mold spores, dust mites and other allergens survive best in high humidity environments. Higher humidity can increase the levels of noxious chemicals in the air, which may include ozone and formaldehyde.

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Written by Bill Banks