S.H. Bell Chicago Air Monitoring Data
EPA has required environmental air monitoring of the S.H. Bell Company facility in Chicago, Ill.
|Monitoring Site ID||Approximate Location||Monitoring Equipment|
|S1||41.708239||-87.544058||BAM-1020 monitor for PM10 (Continuous FEM)|
|S2||41.710553||-87.539204||BAM-1020 monitor for PM10 (Continuous FEM)|
|S3||41.710552||-87.542043||BAM-1020 monitor for PM10 (Continuous FEM)
Agilaire 8872 Datalogger
|S4||41.711541||-87.539607||BAM-1020 monitor for PM10 (Continuous FEM)
Two (2) Tisch Environmental HiVol 6070 DVBL
Filter-Based FRM PM10 Monitors
|41.709841||-87.540376||Meteorological monitors (Climatronics: Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Temperature, Barometric Pressure, Data Logger)|
Placement of the monitors is illustrated in the map below. Click on the map to view a larger image.
View the S.H. Bell Chicago Pollution Roses.
- A wind rose is a diagram that shows the distribution of wind direction over a period of time.
- A pollution rose is a graphical display of wind direction frequency for winds having certain amounts of a particulates.
- Additional information on wind and pollution roses. (Air Pollution Control Orientation Course Unit 3 Air Pollution Meteorology, p. 48)
Continuous Hourly PM10 Data
|March 2017 - June 2018|
|Month||Filter-based Monitor (S4) Data From the FRM Monitor|
|March 2017 - May 2018||Filter-based Monitor (S4) Data From the FRM Monitor(5 pp, 259 K)|