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Air Monitoring

Ozone monitoring station in Kalamazoo
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Air Monitoring

This network consists of meteorological, gaseous, particle and air toxics monitors mandated by the USEPA in 40 CFR, Part 58 as part of the Michigan State Implementation Plan (SIP).

The data from these monitors are used to demonstrate attainment with the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), to provide the public with real-time air quality measurements, track air quality trends and to assist in the development of air pollution abatement strategies.

What air monitoring is EGLE doing near me? Check out our interactive Air Monitoring Sites web map to find out more.

Contact

Susan Kilmer, Air Quality Division
KilmerS@michigan.gov
517-242-2655

Reports

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