The EPA and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield are partnering to involve the local community in developing and designing an air quality study for Victoria Road and surrounds.
An independent facilitator is being appointed to facilitate a community panel to be involved and designing the critical elements of the project, such as the location of sensors in the field. The sensors will capture information on emissions from traffic and air quality and how it may vary along the road and be affected by weather conditions.
Click on ‘community updates’ below for further information.
The EPA undertakes a variety of activities across the Lefevre Peninsula, licensing around 80 different sites. We hosted an informal ‘Come and meet the EPA drop-in session on 2 August 2018, to provide the local community with an opportunity to speak one-on-one with staff from the EPA and SA Health, and ask questions in a friendly, relaxed environment.
Air quality monitoring
When the project is live and the monitors have been installed, there will be a link here to view the real-time data for the KOALA monitoring stations.
In addition to this project, the EPA currently has air quality monitoring equipment located at Birkenhead in the Lefevre Primary School (Lefevre 1 station) and in North Haven (Lefevre 2 station). Please click here to view the live monitoring data.