Year End Air Quality Program Reports
Air Quality Division Year in Review 2018
Michigan's air quality is a priority for the staff of the Air Quality Division. The state's air quality has continued to improve over the last 50 plus years. To keep this positive trend, our staff conduct inspections, write permits, monitor outdoor air, and engage with our diverse communities. These activities are paramount to creating a state where young people want to stay, work, and raise their families. A Michigan to retire in for our more experienced residents. Clean air makes everything more enjoyable! Our work allows Michigan residents to take pleasure in our state's vibrant bustling cities, explore our quiet wooded parks, and immerse themselves in our great lakes.
As we reflect upon this past year, we know our work is not done. Please join us in our continuing efforts to keep our air clean and make Michigan a healthier place to live.
I am pleased to provide you with our 2018 Air Quality Program Report.
Mary Ann Dolehanty, Air Quality Division Director
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
Required by Act 451 Section 5522 (9) of Part 55 Detailing Air Quality Program Activities
The DEQ submits a year-end report to the Governor and legislature in March. The report provides information about Title V and non-Title V enforcement, compliance, and permitting activities. Revenue information from fees, federal funds, and general fund appropriations is also included.
Reports which are published for public review can be accessed from our home page and scrolling down to the Annual Air Quality Reports heading under the "Monitoring" tab.