www.cleancities.org The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has prepared a Clean Fuel Standard draft rule that would apply to transportation fuels supplied or sold in the four-county Puget Sound region – King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. A Clean Fuel Standard would reduce greenhouse gas pollution to address climate change and protect human health. What
Provides air quality monitoring stations throughout the region. Oddly, they are currently not testing air quality around Sea-Tac.
Our Advisory Council provides guidance and input on agency programs and regulations. The Advisory Council is made up of representatives of large and small businesses, suburban cities, area sources, education, transportation, health, tribal nations, fire chiefs, environmental justice, local ports, the environmental community, and the Public-at-Large. Meetings Agendas & Minutes Advisory Council Members Advisory council
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency conducted this screening study to identify chemicals and emission sources that pose the greatest potential health risks to citizens in the Puget Sound region. We also hope to better characterize the potential health risks to our three million residents from a group of air contaminants referred to as air
Response to the question, “Is it possible to monitor jet engine exhaust emissions or to model their path using data on prevailing winds and takeoff patterns?” Prepared by Washington State Department of Health Washington State Department of Ecology Puget Sound Clean Air Agency In consultation with Public Health – Seattle & King County Sea-Tac Airport