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Publication Date: Sep.8

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Launches Air Yuma Mobile App

ADEQ officials announced today the launch of Air Yuma, a free mobile app to help Yuma area residents, visitors, caregivers, healthcare providers, parents and teachers protect their health and learn simple actions they can take to improve the quality of our air. Air Yuma keeps users informed about regional outdoor air quality conditions and how unhealthy air can affect how we live and breathe. The app gives users instant access to real-time outdoor air quality information as easy to understand as weather forecasts.

Publication Date: Sep.6

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Fish Consumption Advisories for Lakes in Apache, Maricopa and Navajo Counties

ADEQ, in association with the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AGFD), has issued three new advisories that recommend fish consumption amounts to protect public health. These advisories are based on recent analysis of data from fish tissue samples, which showed elevated levels of mercury in fillets from different fish species from lakes in three Arizona counties as follows:

Publication Date: Sep.5

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisories for Maricopa County Effective Tuesday, Sept. 5 & Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017

ADEQ is issuing ozone High Pollution Advisories (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective Tuesday, Sept. 5 & Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Aug.30

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Aug.28

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Aug.24

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Friday, Aug. 25, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective Friday, Aug. 25, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Aug.8

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisories for Maricopa County Effective Tuesday & Wednesday, Aug. 8 – 9, 2017

ADEQ is issuing ozone High Pollution Advisories (HPAs) for Maricopa County, effective  Tuesday, August 8 and  Wednesday, August 9. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone. 

Publication Date: Aug.2

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Jul.31

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Monday & Tuesday, July 31 & Aug. 1, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective  Monday & Tuesday, July 31 &  Aug. 1, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

Publication Date: Jul.14

PRESS RELEASE | ADEQ Issues Ozone High Pollution Advisory for Maricopa County Effective Through Friday & Saturday, July 14 & 15, 2017

ADEQ is issuing an ozone High Pollution Advisory (HPA) for Maricopa County, effective  through Friday & Saturday, July 14 & 15, 2017. This HPA is due to ozone levels expected to accumulate enough to exceed the federal health standard for ozone.

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