The variants of air pollutants (PM2.5, PM10, Ozone, carbon monoxide etc.) have been detected in specific areas of major cities worldwide. The price of the air quality monitors has been a significant hindrance to accomplishing the pillars of sustainability and widespread detection across cities and suburbs. As a result, all entries in this challenge should aim at developing low-cost air quality sensors. Participants will be required to provide an answer to this vital question: How can available local materials, wastes, or low-cost materials be used to develop a sustainable air quality monitor?

Submission of your entry will be via the attached link. Kindly provide all relevant information based on the template given in this link: A provision in the preceding link exists for submitting necessary documents, videos, charts and every other information that will support your application.

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Contact details:

Dr. Obuks A. Ejohwomu, PhD MNSE FHEA

Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Teaching and Learning

Senior Lecturer in Project Management 

Admissions Tutor, Management of Projects (MSc) Programmes & Research Group PGR Lead

Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering (MACE)

Pariser Building Room E22, Sackville Street

Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom

T: +44 (0) 161 306 4172

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