Good air quality is essential for our health, quality of life and the environment. Pollution may have harmful effects, particularly for young children and people with existing respiratory problems.
Councils have to assess air quality in their area against Government air quality objectives. In some cases, levels of pollutants exceed the Government’s objectives and are likely to continue to do so. Councils have to decide how they will deal with air quality management. They also have to decide what measures they will take to improve air quality.
Annual Status Report 2016
The latest air quality report submitted to DEFRA is the Annual Status Report 2016 [PDF, 2Mb].
The council is inviting you to comment on this report. If you have any comments to make, please contact Robert Vickers on email@example.com by 21 December 2016.
Updating and Screening Assessment 2015
As part of the Local Air Quality Management process North Lincolnshire Council has submitted a statutory Air Quality report to DEFRA.
The updating and screening assessment 2015 [PDF, 1Mb] has been approved and is now available to download.
Detailed Assessment of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) at South Killingholme 2015
North Lincolnshire Council’s Air Quality Progress Report 2011 identified a possible exceedance of nitrogen dioxide alongside the A160 in South Killingholme. For this reason, in October 2013 North Lincolnshire Council installed an air quality monitoring site to more accurately measure nitrogen dioxide, nitric oxide and nitrogen oxides at this location.
The results of the real-time monitoring presented in the report indicate that air quality objectives for nitrogen dioxide have not been breached.
The Detailed Assessment of NO2 at South Killingholme [PDF, 1Mb] has been approved and is available to download.
Progress Report 2014
The air quality progress report 2014 [DOC, 4Mb] has been approved and is now available to download.