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The main source of air pollution in Luton is from road transport.
 
 

All councils are required by law to monitor air quality in their area. We have a monitoring site near to Junction 11 of the M1 motorway. The information gathered tells us if we are meeting air quality objectives set by the government. Members of the public can also view the information to see what air quality is like in the town.

Luton's air quality today

What air pollutants does the council monitor?

  • Fine particles
  • Nitrogen oxides

What is the government doing about air quality?
The government has published an Air Quality Strategy which aims to maintain and improve the quality of air in the United Kingdom.

Click here for Luton Council's response to the strategy

How can I make an enquiry about air quality?

 
 

 Contact information

 
Environmental health
Luton Borough Council, Town Hall, George Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2BQ
Tel: 01582 510330
Fax: 01582 546676
 

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