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Which Air Pollutants Does BreezoMeter Report On?

At any one time, there are dozens of individual pollutants in the air we breathe. These pollutants affect our bodies and different people in unpredictable ways.

BreezoMeter provides real-time, historical and forecast individual pollutant concentration levels for up to 17 different pollutants across 90+ countries worldwide - this covers 80% of the world’s population!

The Major Hazardous Air Pollutants

The total number of pollutants we report on in a particular country depends on the level of information available for our models. However, we always report on these hazardous air pollutants.

Ozone

Sulfur Dioxide

Particle Matter 2.5 & 10

Carbon Monoxide

Nitrogen Dioxide

Pollen is an Air Pollutant Too

Pollen is a larger particulate than the examples mentioned above so it gets treated differently. Unlike the major air pollutants, allergic pollen is also entirely natural: It comes from specific types of grass, weeds and trees, and gets moved around by insects, wind and water.

For sensitive people, exposure to pollen causes the well-known symptoms of seasonal allergy, including itchy eyes, sneezing, headaches and a runny nose.

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Air Pollution Affects us All

Certain pollutants may affect particular groups more than others. For this reason, BreezoMeter’s offers personalized health recommendations based on your individual profile & risk factors.

Children

Pregnant Woman

Allergy Sufferers

Heart Disease

Asthma & COPD