Hearing: EPA’s 2015 Ozone Standard: Concerns Over Science and Implementation

Pledge to take care of Texas at TakeCareofTexas.org and receive a FREE Texas Parks & Wildlife State Park Guide and a FREE sticker! http://takecareoftexas.org/do-your-part/i-pledge-take-care-texas

Read more about Houston’s air quality successes and how they came about in this Alliance Port Region article: https://houstonairquality.com/wp-content/uploads/Q3Newsletter.pdf

Are you a small business looking for help to make sure you are following Texas’ environmental regulations? Click here for information about a free, confidential program that will get you the help you need: https://houstonairquality.com/wp-content/uploads/Obtain-Free-Environmental-Compliance-Assistance_rural_omb_FINAL.pdf

Want a quick but comprehensive overview of all aspects of Houston’s air quality? Here is a new brochure from the Houston Regional Monitoring Corporation that lays it all out for you.

Ready to take the pledge to do your share for clean air? The Houston Galveston Area Council has just made that a lot easier. Click here to find their new website that gathers their air quality initiatives in one easy to use place: http://www.mysolutionis.com/home/default.aspx

Not sure exactly what some of the terms related to air quality mean? View our glossary for some helpful definitions. https://houstonairquality.com/resources/glossary

How is the air quality in Houston today? http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/cgi-bin/compliance/monops/select_curlev.pl

Interested in learning more about air quality successes all over Texas? https://www.tceq.texas.gov/airquality/airsuccess

The Clean Air Act can be confusing. Here is site that breaks down all of the major Clean Air Act elements into plain English. You can read it to find out what federal, state and local governments are required to do to keep your air clean.  http://www.epa.gov/air/caa/peg/

We hear a lot about outdoor air pollution, is air inside your home or business healthier? http://www.epa.gov/iaq/ia-intro.html

What is the hole in the ozone layer, and why are we concerned about not enough ozone up there, and too much down here? https://www3.epa.gov/airnow/gooduphigh/ozone.pdf

How is air quality in other cities around the country? Is air pollution getting better or worse? https://www.epa.gov/air-trends