Publishing data on the World Air Quality Index project is free for every one. But it is also simple and straightforward: All you need to add data on the World Air Quality Index map is to provide a feed URL with the real-time information about the monitoring stations (name and location), the pollutants being measured and the real-time readings (together with the units, for instance milligrams or ppb).
Note that the data published on the World Air Quality Index project (see the map) is only official data provided by each country respective EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) (full EPA list). Those official data are monited using professional BAM and TEOM-like Air Quality monitoring stations. Therefore, except from very specific conditions (for instance when there is no coverage in a country), we do not accept any data generated from non-professional Air Quality monitors.
You can also check, for reference, the official feeds for Singapore, Peru or Netherland and notice that they are all different.
Our backend system takes care of regularly checking the data from the feed, and each time an update is available, it will be processed, converted to the US EPA scale AQI values, and publish on the World Air Quality Index website within minutes.
Also, although only PM2.5, PM10, Ozone, NO2, SO2 and CO Air Quality data is published, the system can collect more pollutants for forecasting purpose: Benzen, Toluen, Ethylbenzen, NOx, THC, NMHC, PM1, Formaldehyde, Mercury, Ammonia, Methan, Hydrogen sulfide, Nitrous acid, Phenol, Naphthalene, paraxylene (p-Xylen), metaxylene (m-Xylen), etc.. It is also possible to pubish meteorological data: Temperature, Atmospheric Pressure, Humidity, Precipitation, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Solar Radiation and UVI. If not provided, we will use other relevant meterologic information sources.
Feed Example (CSV format)
Date,PM10,PM25,CO,Ozone,Sulphur Dioxide,Nitrogen Dioxide,AmbientTemperature,RelativeHumidity,WindDirection,WindSpeed,Pressure,RainGauge