Air quality is considered satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk.
Minor source facilities located in the central third of Iowa and all portable plants must submit their Minor Source Emission Inventory (MSEI) for calendar year 2022 emissions by May 15, 2023. If your facility is required to complete this year’s report, you will receive a letter from DNR.
Facilities subject to Title V of the federal Clean Air Act must submit their emissions inventories for 2022 to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Air Quality Bureau by March 31, 2023. DNR requires 2022 Title V emissions to be reported electronically using the State and Local Emissions Inventory System (SLEIS). Visit eAirServices for SLEIS access help, training, and useful resources, or contact the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information on all Title V reporting requirements, please check the informational letter DNR sent to Title V facilities.
Polk County’s Air Quality Division announces the completion of their Public Works solar project in Des Moines, which was built to support air pollution monitoring activities.
As AQAW comes to an end, today we focus on Air Quality Around the World. With the support of the EPA, U.S. embassy and consulate data is widely available through: https://t.co/qFlhVMMQV6 Looks like it would be a great day to relax on a beach in San Jose😉 #AQAW2021
EPA developed a new environmental justice (EJ) mapping and screening tool called EJSCREEN. Users can access environmental and demographic info for locations in the US, and compare to the rest of the state, EPA region, or the nation. https://t.co/fLEBfRFMvz #AQAW2021
Citizen science is the practice of public participation in scientific research and data collection. Citizen science and low-cost sensors are an exciting and growing part of air quality awareness. #AQAW2021
Polk County Air Quality is forcasted to be good today and tomorrow so it's the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the Iowa Cubs opening day! #AQAW2021 #AQI #ICUBS
Each year we celebrate our national birthday and fireworks displays are a traditional method of celebrating Independence Day on the 4th of July.
#AQAW2021 continues today with focus on Asthma & Health. Air pollution can make asthma symptoms worse and trigger attacks. Ever hear your local weather say tomorrow will be a "code orange" day for air pollution? That's the AQI at work. Check ours daily at https://t.co/15DngVIHZQ
6/15/2022 - Polk County, Iowa The Air Quality Index(AQI) for fine particulate pollution is expected to reach the Orange or Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups category.
6/14/22 - The Air Quality Index (AQI) for particulate pollution is expected to reach the Orange or Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups Category.