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North Texans Take Action for Clean Air June 26
Annual Clean Air Action Day highlights nearly 20 easy ways to improve air quality.

June 22, 2015 For the sixth year, North Texans will join in taking action for clean air and log commitments at www.airnorthtexas.org. Clean Air Action Day, the first Friday of summer every year, celebrates how North Texans can help improve air quality.

Across the region June 26, North Texans will do something extra to reduce ozone-causing pollution. With 20 potential clean air choices, North Texans can choose what fits their schedules, whether commuting to work or starting the weekend early. More >>>

First Air Pollution Action Day Tomorrow
Only two high-ozone days recorded so far this year

July 18, 2014 North Texans have enjoyed unseasonably mild temperatures and better air quality so far this summer. Tomorrow, however, is the first Air Pollution Action Day
of the year.

According to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, atmospheric conditions Saturday are expected to be favorable for producing high levels of ozone air pollution in the Dallas-Fort
Worth area.
More >>>[PDF]

North Texans Take Action for Clean Air June 27
Annual Clean Air Action Day highlights nearly 20 easy ways to improve air quality

June 24, 2014 For the fifth year, North Texans will join in taking action for clean air and log commitments at www.airnorthtexas.org. Clean Air Action Day, the first Friday of summer every year, celebrates how North Texans can help improve air quality.

Across the region June 27, North Texans will do something extra to reduce ozone-causing pollution. With 20 potential clean air choices, North Texans can choose what fits their schedules whether commuting to work or starting the weekend early. More >>>[PDF]

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About Air North Texas

Air North Texas is a regional clean air partnership and campaign to:

  • Provide a comprehensive air quality resource.
  • Promote a consistent, regional air quality message.
  • Leverage existing resources and program strengths in a collaborative effort.
  • Increase public awareness of specific opportunities for residents to reduce emissions.
  • Motivate residents to make clean air choices.

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