What We Did
• We measured important air pollutants across Richmond-San Pablo: PM 2.5, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, nitric oxide, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide.
• From August 1 through October 31, 2019, we generated 110 million data points, collected over 25,000 miles.
• Richmond-San Pablo is being mapped as part of an ongoing Bay Area-wide program that will measure hyperlocal air pollution in all nine counties, including Contra Costa County.
• We designed the following interactive report to show average air pollution and greenhouse gases at the street level.
• See below for a map of average PM 2.5 concentrations in the area with points of interest called out. Scroll down to look up average hyperlocal pollutant levels by address.
Learn more about our unique process and the science behind hyperlocal air quality.