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Air quality monitoring stations begin operating in Gunnedah and Narrabri

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Two new air quality monitoring stations constructed in the Australian towns of Gunnedah and Narrabri have now commenced publicly reporting real-time data on air quality for the region.

Establishment of this monitoring network has been supported by the local mining industry as a way of providing scientific, timely information to the community about air quality in the region.

The data from the first two months of monitoring shows air quality has been good at the Narrabri and Gunnedah monitors, with no exceeding of the daily particulate matter air quality standards, and average levels well below other monitoring locations throughout New South Wales, including Sydney.

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