airAlert is a service, provided by the Sussex Air Quality Partnership (SAQP), that sends alert messages to vulnerable people in Sussex informing them that poor air quality is predicted in their area. The alerts are sent to home phones via voice message, to mobile phones via text and via email.
What is airAlert?
- airAlert is a service, provided by the Sussex Air Quality Partnership (Sussex-air), that sends free messages direct to vulnerable people informing them about air pollution levels in their area.
- airAlert is targeted at people with respiratory health problems who may be affected by air pollution.
- airAlert warns people the day before or on the day that elevated air pollution is expected to occur.
- airAlert sends a voice or text message direct to you (via your mobile or home telephone, email or via webpages or RSS on your PC).
- People can register for free, then login for updates, changes, suspend/go on holiday or cancel the service.
- For more information see:
- When is an airAlert sent?
- airAlert partners
- airAlert delivery
- airAlert for schools
- Terms and conditions