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SACAQM air quality monitoring nodes arrive at CERN

The South African Consortium of Air Quality Monitoring (SACAQM) is proud to announce the achievement of a key milestone. On the 16th of January the first set of SACAQM air quality monitoring nodes arrived at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, which is one of the world's largest and most respected centers for scientific research.


This arrival forms part of SACAQMs continued work as a member of the CERN Green Village Initiative that serves as a Testbed for Early-Stage Sustainable Solutions or Technologies. 


Photo credits: Ryan McKenzie


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