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Air Quality - Natural Resources
AACOG’s Natural Resources Department addresses air quality issues in the region by bringing together stakeholders from all interests - government, industry, business, and residents - to develop air pollution reduction plans that benefit our quality of life.

Guided by the Air Improvement Resources committees, which represent different sectors of the community, staff members conduct technical projects that provide the data analysis necessary for air quality planning.

Projects & Programs
AACOG’s air quality and outreach programs complement the technical work by increasing knowledge of and encouraging participation in pollution reduction measures.
The air quality technical projects of AACOG include air pollution monitoring, data analysis, emission inventory development, modeling, and reporting. The air quality outreach and education programs of AACOG address a wide range of topics, including fuels and vehicles, ridesharing, vehicle operation and maintenance, and the Air Quality Health Alert program.
 Brenda Williams
 Interim Natural Resources 

 8700 Tesoro Dr.
 Suite 700
 San Antonio, TX  78217

 Ph: (210) 362-5246
 Fx: (210) 225-5937

 Monday - Friday
 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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