Volcanic Emissions Network

SEPA’s Volcanic Emissions Network is an air monitoring network designed to detect ground level sulphur dioxide and particulate matter arriving in Scotland from volcanic activities in Iceland. This network will act as part of an early warning system, providing information to our partners in the health sector and to Scottish Government.


Latest pollution levels:
SO2
PM2.5
PM10
Daily Air Quality Index (DAQI) based on SO2 only, at present.  Click here for more information on what this means.