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Senior Air Quality Instrument Specialist

Air Quality Fact

Particulate matter, or PM, consists of microscopically small solid particles or liquid droplets suspended in the air. PM can be emitted directly into the air, or it can be formed from secondary reactions involving gaseous pollutants that combine in the atmosphere.

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5/27/2015 Stationary Source Committee Meeting Webcast archive will be available 48-72 hours after the meeting.
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5/21/2015 Climate Protection Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
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  • Douglas Hall
  • Supervising Air Quality Engineer, Engineering
  • 415 749-4706
  • Greg Stone
  • Supervising Air Quality Engineer, Engineering
  • 415 749-4745
  • Sheryl Wallace
  • Air Quality Technician II, Engineering
  • 415 749-4736
  • Barry Young
  • Senior Advanced Projects Advisor, Engineering
  • 415 749-4721

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415 749-4990

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Engines Standby Generators

All stationary internal combustion engines larger than 50 hp must:

  • Obtain a BAAQMD Permit to Operate 
  • And if it is a diesel engine, comply with the BAAQMD-administrated Statewide Air Toxics Control Measure (ATCM) for Stationary Diesel Engines (Portable engines are exempt from the stationary ATCM)

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Last Updated: 7/31/2012