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- Anne Urbanski
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Air News e-newsletter
There’s always a lot happening to maintain and improve the air quality in Wisconsin. Stay informed by reading and subscribing to Air News - the DNR Air Management Program's e-newsletter. Learn about new rules, events and actions that are being taken to reduce air pollution and help us all breathe a little easier.
Recent Air News editions:
- May 1, 2015 - May is Clean Air Month
- April 7, 2015 - New staff; Stage 2 decommissioning grant deadline; grades 3-5 poetry contest; Clean Air Extravaganza
- February 10, 2015 - LinkedIn; Clean Air Awards; compliance calendars and reporting
- January 6, 2015 - Federal ozone standard proposal; air quality advisories on Twitter
If you would like a copy of previous editions of Air News, please contact Anne Urbanski (608-267-0573).
- Air Quality Notices for all counties in Wisconsin.
- Air Quality Notices for individual counties in Wisconsin.
- Small Business Advisor newsletter (formerly Clean Air Advisor). View past issues.
- Air News updates you on state and federal air quality issues.
- Air Management Study Group notifies you of upcoming meetings and information related to this advisory group. (Formerly called Clean Air Act Task Force.)
- Clean Air Tip of the Week provides eco-friendly tips to conserve energy and help improve the environment.
- Air Quality Information for Health Professionals provides information about air quality and its effects on the human body. You will be notified when the Health Professionals page is updated.
- Clean Diesel Grant Updates provides information on Clean Diesel Grant programs, used to help reduce diesel emissions from both public and private vehicle fleets across the state.