Environment

Pinal County Air Quality monitoring network plan can be reviewed

Posted 5/25/21

Pinal County Air Quality has made its annual monitoring network plan available for public inspection for 30 days prior to submission to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The annual ambient …

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Environment

Pinal County Air Quality monitoring network plan can be reviewed

The annual ambient monitoring network review and data summary present changes to and data collected from the air-quality monitoring network.
The annual ambient monitoring network review and data summary present changes to and data collected from the air-quality monitoring network.
Arianna Grainey
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Pinal County Air Quality has made its annual monitoring network plan available for public inspection for 30 days prior to submission to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The annual ambient monitoring network review and data summary present changes to and data collected from the air-quality monitoring network. The 94-page document will be at pinalcountyaz.gov/AirQuality/Pages/MonitoringNetworkPublicNotice.aspx for 30 days, beginning May 21.

During this time period, the document will also be available for review 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday at the Pinal County Air Quality offices at 85 N. Florence St. in Florence, according to a release.

Additionally, a public hearing will be held at 9 a.m. June 16 via Google Meets. Contact Josh DeZeeuw at 520-866-6929 or joshua.dezeeuw@pinal.gov for a link to the meeting.

Public comments may be submitted in writing to Pinal County Air Quality, Attention: Josh DeZeeuw, P.O. Box 987, Florence, AZ, 85132, or comments may be given orally at the scheduled public hearing on June 16.

Written or oral public comments are due before the close of business on June 23. Additional information is available by calling 520-866-6929.

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