In order to know the level of air pollution (air quality) in the village Bahata Cherneshchyna, you must select the appropriate monitoring station on the map above.
Unfortunately, the village Bahata Cherneshchyna (Kharkiv region) does not have any air monitoring station.
But, don't worry! You may be the first to set up a station in the village. Order the station using the link below, set it up and tune it in minutes.
Install a first station in the village Bahata Cherneshchyna!
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SaveEcoBot is an independent public system that reports on the background radiation level in Ukraine. The information is collected automatically from various sources, including government monitoring systems, public sensors, commercial devices, and others. All data is published on the map without verification. However, these data require additional verification from government authorities for decision-making purposes. Therefore, if the readings on any station on our map increase, they cannot be the sole source of information about radiation levels.
It is important to remember that only government authorities have the right to declare emergencies or other extraordinary situations. Official sources such as the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate, the State Emergency Service, and national, and local authorities should communicate all further civil protection measures.
If you notice any unusual changes in the readings, please inform us.
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Вибачте, на жаль функція завантаження архіву даних зараз не працює.
Ми працюємо над відновленням її роботи.
Але не хвилюйтесь, усі дані зберігаються у нашій базі даних та незабаром будуть доступні.