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Air Quality Fact

The Air District is authorized to regulate stationary sources of air emissions in the Bay Area, but mobile sources – such as cars, trucks, trains and construction equipment – actually contribute most of the air pollution in the region.

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Lawn Mower Exchange Program

To reduce air pollution, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District's (Air District) Lawn Mower Exchange Program provides funding toward the purchase of a new, cordless, zero-emission electric lawn mower after turning in an operable gasoline lawn mower for scrapping.

Three lawn mower exchange events were held in the spring of 2014. The program does not have any upcoming events scheduled.

Last Updated: 5/19/2014