Although Earth Day Houston is less than a month away, we stay busy at the Air Alliance Houston office. There is much work to be done on air quality in our region. Right now we are participating in no fewer than three separate air monitoring projects. This week saw us in the field taking air
Posts tagged with: air monitoring
After a discussion with Air Alliance Houston, Congressman Gene Green agrees that Pasadena Refining needs advanced fenceline monitoring.
Air Alliance Houston continues it Community Mapping Workshop in Pasadena, with a little help from Harris County, the City of Houston, and Neighborhood Centers, Inc.
Article contribution by Air Alliance Houston Board Member Thomas H. Stock, PhD, MPH. Air Alliance Houston (AAH) conducted a year-long study of particulate matter (PM2.5) pollution in Galena Park, Texas during 2012/2013. The final report (Air Pollution and Public Health in Galena Park, Texas, July 2014) is available here. In this study, measurements of PM2.5 mass and some