If you register to receive the latest Northern Ireland air quality bulletins from the website, there is a Terms & Conditions page which you may also be interested in. For users, the latest Northern Ireland air quality bulletin service only stores the individual device ID and selected regions you choose to receive alerts for. If you turn-off alerts, this information is not stored by the system.
If you request to have data emailed to your email address, the email address you enter is recorded and stored by the Northern Ireland Air Quality website in order to process your data request. The email address recorded is not used for any other purpose, and is never disclosed to third parties.
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