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11/28/05 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: WiFi

Tonight I'm going to Pilgrim Church to learn how to make air monitoring buckets from anti-air pollution activist Denny Larson. Pointed out in Tremonter (which points to Ohio Citizen Action.

Denny Larson of Oakland, California,who works with communities around the world on solving air pollution problems, is coming to Cleveland on November 28-29. He will teach us how to build our own air pollution monitors using simple "buckets," and other ways of testing the air for chemicals and sulfur emissions.

The first (meeting) is Monday evening, November 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Pilgrim Church in Tremont, where Denny will teach us how to build the buckets and take air samples. The second is on Tuesday, November 29 from 1:30 - 2:00 p.m. in Ohio Citizen Action's office, where Denny will brief us about success stories from communities around the world, and help strategize about what to do about air pollution in Cleveland.

Man somebody is cutting the cheese out in the neighborhood. Let's see who it might be, collect some evidence to prove it, and if we can help them with their flatulance problem.

See you at 6:00 but call the OCA first at 216-861-5200.



Comment from: Scott Kovatch [Visitor]
Scott KovatchSteve, do you read Make magazine? You sound like the perfect person for their audience.
11/28/05 @ 09:10
Comment from: bridget d ginley [Visitor]
bridget d ginleya few yrs ago i worked at Lola - every once in awhile the hood would fill up with an odd smelling ickey
" mist " that would cause us all to seriously vomit and be ill...go get em steve, i have never thought of living IN tremont since that puking incident....
11/28/05 @ 18:44
Comment from: niko [Visitor]
nikoThis is an excellent subject. Steve, it would be great if if you can provide any further info from this. Te EPA offers on-line air pollutant monitoring with maps but it doesnt seem self explanatory or user friendly.
11/29/05 @ 05:35
Comment from: Daniella [Visitor]

I work on Harvard Avenue close to Dennison. Lots of odd smells! The location maight be perfect to test drive your balloons.
11/29/05 @ 07:27
Comment from: Adam Harvey [Visitor]
Adam HarveyHow long did that meeting last after I left?
11/29/05 @ 08:22
Comment from: steveg [Member] Email
stevegAdam, Not too long.
They were trying to see who wanted to go on a "pollution patrol" that night and a couple we trying to coordinate for an early morning patrol. I still don't know who actually has the buckets.

Niko, there is another website that Denny pointed out that has real time (every 2 min update) of a series of sensors around a parimeter in San Francisco.

Scott, I don't read MAKE, but I follow the blog. See on my side panel.
11/29/05 @ 20:01