Today's Air Quality
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Today’s Air Quality

The Air Quality Index, otherwise known as the AQI, is a national standard for reporting air quality. Air quality in Central Indiana is determined by measuring 4 pollutants. They are carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), fine particulates and ozone. The federal government standards limit the amount of these pollutants allowed in outdoor air.

Visit this website to see Today's Air Quality Index (AQI)​​