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Red Deer air zone fine particulate matter response : Government of Alberta action plan

Description

The Red Deer air quality monitoring station has exceeded national standards for fine particulate matter (or PM2.5) for three consecutive reporting periods starting in 2013. Government initiated work in this area in 2013 to develop an action plan in response to the exceedances. A local response plan was developed collaboratively between municipalities, industry, the local airshed and the provincial government. The local plan has since been supplemented by a province-wide government action plan. Sources of emissions affecting regional ambient air quality are a combination of industrial, transportation or non-point sources such as home heating. This is one of the response plans being implemented regionally and provincially to help reduce particulate matter throughout Central Alberta

Updated

April 1, 2016

Tags
air quality fine particulate matter nitrogen dioxide NO2 primary fine particulate matter PM2.5 red deer sulphur dioxide SO2

Title and publication information

Type
Policy
Alternative Title

Red Deer air zone action plan

Extent

6 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Environment and Parks

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Resource Dates

Date Created

2016-04-01

Date Added

2016-05-03T15:09:08.906500

Date Modified

2016-04-01

Date Issued

2016-04-01

Audience information

Identifiers

ISBN (pdf)

9781460129098

ISBN (print)

9781460129081

NEOS catalogue key

7460125

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