Could this be used to monitor dust from a demolition site? Detroit is knocking down thousands of ...
Public Lab is an open community which collaboratively develops accessible, open source, Do-It-Yourself technologies for investigating local environmental health and justice issues.
DustinBlock asked on February 24, 2015 19:04
920 views | 0 answers | #11635
Could this be used to monitor dust from a demolition site? Detroit is knocking down thousands of buildings, and I'm curious if these sensors could be used to monitor the sites.
The Dustduino is still in development-- a more mature commercial monitor like the Dylos may be more appropriate in the short-term. We'd love assistance on more dust monitoring tools though!
Log in to comment
Sign up or Login to post an answer to this question.
Sanity check for air sensors
updated 20 days ago
Low-cost air quality sensors to measure PM2.5, PM10?
updated about 1 month ago
What is a good way to track vehicular traffic?
updated 2 months ago
How do I find out who is responsible for maintaining the roadway by my house?
What are ways to visualize particulate matter pollution that comes from vehicular traffic?
How are gravel and asphalt companies regulated?
What type of permits are required for gravel and asphalt processing facilities?
What is the correct AQI measure ?
updated 3 months ago