Air Quality

go to data buttonMichigan’s air quality has improved since its Legislature passed the first statewide Air Pollution Act in 1965 and the federal government signed the Clean Air Act into law in 1970. However, air pollution (or air quality) remains a public health threat in some areas, affecting many Michigan residents.

Monitored and modeled data can help MiTracking users learn about air quality in Michigan. Air quality data and information for ozone and particulate matter are available on the MiTracking data portal.

Air Quality - Ground-Level Ozone

Air Quality - PM2.5

 

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