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Learn about the Air District’s new 2017 Clean Air Plan.
Workshops will be held in March on key upcoming rules 11-18, 12-16, and 13-1.
Upcoming: Changes to Reg 6, which governs PM emissions from various commercial and industrial operations.
Updated Data: GHG measurement program informs and supports climate protection activities.
Now accepting project applications for the 2017 Charge! Program until May 22.
No Spare the Air Alert in Effect
Air Quality Widgets
Updated 03/24/17 Personnel Committee Meeting
Updated 03/23/17 Mobile Source Committee Meeting
Updated 03/22/17 Climate Protection Committee Meeting
Air District strengthens wood burning rule
The Air District's Board of Directors unanimously adopted strong new provisions that will significantly improve the agency’s wood burning regulation designed to further safeguard public health against the hazards of fine particle pollution. The changes to the Air District’s wood burning regulation tighten exemptions and requirements from the original rule which was adopted in July 2008.
Air District settles case with Shell Oil Refinery
The Air District announced a recent settlement with Shell Oil Products U.S. to pay a $208,000 civil penalty for air quality violations at its refinery in Martinez. The settlement covers 12 notices of violation that the Air District issued for incidents that occurred in 2013.
Air Monitoring Network Report: The 2014 Ambient Air Monitoring Network Report is open to public comment until June 30th.
Wood Smoke Amendments: The Air District is developing draft amendments to the Wood Burning Regulation.
Watch Board Meeting Webcasts, and access Agendas, Minutes and other documents.
Annual Report: The 2014 Annual Report highlights the Air District’s programs and recent accomplishments.