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Equipment installation was completed on Saturday May 18. All monitoring sites are active and data collection has started. The next community event will be held on July 25th, see details below.



Through a public bid process the City selected a qualified environmental consultant to implement and maintain the air quality monitoring network.

Monitoring Stations

Each air quality monitoring station measures over a dozen air pollutants of interest.


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Study Area

The study area includes 4 air monitoring stations placed around the waste transfer station and 1 control site at Twiggs Park.


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On Thursday, July 25th starting at 10:00am RHP will provide a demonstration to the community on how weekly data collection and instrument calibration checks are performed. The demonstration is free and open to the public and will take place outside along Church St. at Site 4. RHP is conducting the demonstration at the request of City staff to provide community members with the opportunity to observe the data collection process. Please fill out this short RSVP to attend the demonstration.

Site 4

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