We are delighted to be partnered with AirLabs.

Founded in 2014, AirLabs air filtration and air quality monitoring systems are today used by transport operators, cities, businesses and private citizens across the world. Airlabs, in partnership with The Camden Clean Air Initiative and The Camden Council launched the world’s densest network of air quality monitors at the end of June 2022 across the Borough of Camden.


Here’s why AirLabs is involved in The Camden Clean Air Initiative, why we’re proud to have them support us, and a little more about them.

Why did you decide to get involved with The Camden Clean Air Initiative?

At AirLabs, we are keen to collaborate and include everyone in the drive towards cleaner healthier air for all. We found a kindred spirit with The Camden Clean Air Initiative; a team that is positive, energetic and understands well the needs of the Borough.

What are your plans for being involved?

We can’t wait to get started and to share our plans with the people and businesses of Camden! We can’t sit back and wait for someone else to address the issues with pollution, we all have a responsibility and a role to play. The first key step is to understand air quality at a street by street level to create ‘actionable data’ to address issues at policy, operational and behavioural levels.

What do you love most about Camden?

 It has to be the people! Everyone we’ve met has been supportive and inclusive as if it’s one big team made up of lots of different stakeholders. Together, we have a chance to make Camden an air quality leader, not just in London but across the whole world.

A little more about AirLabs

With our background in science and engineering, we have created products and services to work outdoors in the urban space, in buildings and in vehicles, for both monitoring and cleaning. We are motivated by the right everyone has to breathe clean air and will work tirelessly to achieve that aim.



Airscape Air Quality Monitoring

We have installed 227 air quality monitoring sensors across the Borough of Camden. These are spread out approximately by 200 meters and provide live real time data via a website for easy community access, aiming to encourage policy and behavioural change. The systems breaks down levels of NO2, PM2.5, PM10, and O3 and allows individuals to see a hyper-local break down of air quality around the Borough and possible causations of spikes in air quality. This can be accessed via the Airscape webpage. We are looking forward to running community workshops on how to read, access and make the most of the data, keep an eye out for our updates on how to access these. You can find more information on our air quality monitoring network here.



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