We have a new video added to the Air Quality Program.
Check out the:
"To Burn or Not to Burn",video on You Tube.
The Air Quality Program has been in existence for over 20 years. The program has expanded its capabilities through EPA Clean Air Act Project funding (CAA §103(b)) grants and continued funding through CAA §105 funding to include monitoring for criteria pollutants, indoor air education, participating in the National Atmospheric Deposition Program for acid rain by operating site NY22 and the development of a comprehensive Tribal Implementation Plan (TIP) for air quality. This plan outlines how the tribe plans to attain or maintain the air quality within its exterior boundaries. It is a “living document” that is updated as new information or technology becomes available.
The Staff of the Air Quality Program is Angela Benedict, Program Manager, Marlene Thompson and Dallas Caldwell, Technicians.
Angela Benedict-Dunn is the Program Manager of the Air Quality Program.
Working on several projects within the program is Dallas Caldwell, Air Quality Technician. Dallas maintains the sampling equipment and data for metals, PM 10 & 2.5, Ozone, SO2, and NO2.
The NADP acid rain, indoor air, open burning and vegetation projects are managed by Marlene Thompson, Air Quality Technician. Marlene is also responsible for flowing sampling data to the USEPA's Air Quality Sub-System (AQS) national database.
Codes and Regs
- Burn Regulations PDF File 20KB
- Burn Guidelines Brochure PDF File 302KB.
- Download the SRMT Air Quality Tribal Implementation Plan 1.61 MB - PDF File
- Climate Change Adaptation Plan 7.70 MB - PDF File
If you have any comments, please send them to email@example.com or call the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Environment Division 518-358-5937.
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