Aire Valley Plume Plotter
Aire Valley incinerator plume
at 20:50 on Sun, 25 Feb 2024
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The map shows the (predicted) current state of pollution from the proposed incinerator at Keighley, West Yorkshire.

The red line shows wind direction. Green rings show distance (km). Colours show concentration of oxides of nitrogen at ground level. Maximum: 16.4 µg/m3. This is the concentration at the location that is most polluted by the plume.

Breakdown of pollutants at most polluted location (green = background, red = added by plume):

Oxides of nitrogen
Sulphur dioxide
Particulates
VOCs
Hydrogen chloride
Hydrogen flouride
Cadmium and thallium
Mercury
Other metals
Benzo(a)pyrene
Dioxins and furans
Ammonia

Oxides of nitrogen
Sulphur dioxide
Particulates
VOCs
Hydrogen chloride
Hydrogen flouride
Cadmium and thallium
Mercury
Other metals
Benzo(a)pyrene
Dioxins and furans
Ammonia

Concentration
per m3
Background
(annual mean)
Plume
Oxides of nitrogen29 µg16.4 µg(57%)
Sulphur dioxide2.53 µg1.97 µg(78%)
Carbon monoxide2.53 µgN/A
Particulates17 µg1.1 µg(6%)
VOCs670 ng1.1 µg(164%)
Hydrogen chloride290 ng1.1 µg(378%)
Hydrogen flouride2.46 µg110 ng(4%)
Cadmium and thallium120 pg5.48 ng(4566%)
Mercury2.11 ng5.48 ng(260%)
Other metals68.5 ng54.8 ng(80%)
Benzo(a)pyrene143 pg110 pg(77%)
Dioxins and furans49 fg11 fg(22%)
Ammonia1.16 µg548 ng(47%)
PCBsN/A548 pg
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Latest weather data
Wind 10.3 mph (4.6 m/s) from 40°. Cloud cover: 0/10. Temp: 3°C. Pressure: 1002 mb. Data from Leeds Bradford airport at 20:50.