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View current air quality management plans developed by the Air District.
The most recently adopted clean air plan is the 2010 Multi-Pollutant Clean Air Plan, which the Air District adopted in September 2010. The 2010 Clean Air Plan:
The Air District and its partners have been working hard to reduce particulate matter, or PM, emissions in the Bay Area and to meet state and national standards and to protect public health. Although the Bay Area is in attainment for annual PM2.5 State and national standards, the Bay Area is not in attainment of the 24-hr PM2.5 national standard. Therefore, the Air District continues its efforts to reduce local PM emissions. Key elements of the Air District’s work include:
First public workshop/webcast.
The Particulate Matter Workshop Webcast Archive(Streaming Video)
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Three items on Board agenda:
-Presentation of the PM report and a summary of the PM report as informational items (Part 1 of 5, Agenda Item 9);
-A Public Hearing regarding the NSR rule amendments (Parts 2-5, Agenda Item 10); and
-A Public Hearing regarding the PM2.5 emissions inventory (Part 5, Agenda Item 11).
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Last Updated: 5/7/2015