Air Quality Forecasting
EWS Landfill Monitoring (Camden)
General Information on Essex Group, Inc.
Ozone Early Action Compacts
Public Participation Opportunities
Small Business Environmental Assistance Program
Vehicle Inspection Program
Visible Emissions Evaluation (Smoke School)
TDEC's APC has a web site for information
related to the eight ozone Early Action Compact areas in Tennessee.
The South Carolina Department of Health
and Environmental Control, Bureau of Air Quality, has a web site for
Early Action Compact information.
EPA web site on Early Action Compacts.
This is the Ozone and Particulate Matter Standards page. Scroll down
to find the links to Early Action Compact information.
Tennessee Air Pollution
Control Board Resolution Supporting Control Measures to Attain the 8-Hour
The National Association of Local Government
Environmental Professionals (NALGEP) launched the Clean Air Partnership
Project in 1999 to identify promising approaches to cleaner air at the
local level and to promote federal and state policies and programs that
can foster those approaches. The report, Profiles of Local Clean
Air Innovation, presents the perspectives of local government officials
who work every day to combat air pollution and create innovative programs
to improve air quality.
The Ozone Action Partnership for Northeast
Tennessee and Southwest Virginia is offering businesses and industries
in the region an opportunity to become an "Ozone Action Partner."
By pledging to take voluntary actions to reduce emissions of nitrogen
oxides during the ozone season, the Partnership will recognize you as
an Ozone Action Partner.
The Clean Air Campaign in the Atlanta
region is a not-for-profit organization that works to reduce traffic
congestion and improve air quality through a variety of voluntary programs
and services, including free employer assistance, public information
and children's education. The Clean Air Campaign serves as a clearinghouse
for a multitude of organizations that have programs in place to address
traffic congestion and air pollution.
The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments
clean Air Committee is a public/private air quality partnership. Their
web site provides information on air quality in that region and helpful
tips on reducing air pollution.
It All Adds Up to Cleaner Air is
a public education and partnership-building initiative of U.S. DOT's
Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, and
the EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality. It is designed to
inform the public about the connection between their transportation
choices, traffic congestion and air pollution.
EPAs Transportation and Air Quality
Center (TRAQ) provides state and local air quality regulators and transportation
planners with access to critical information regarding transportation
and mobile source incentive-based programs and tools, partnership opportunities,
grant funding sources, useful contact names, and technical assistance.
The Federal Highway Administration Environment
Page has links to environmental topics. The air quality page has links
to air quality topics, including transportation control measures.
EPA - AirData
Background information concerning EPA's criteria emissions, hazardous/toxic emissions, and ambient air quality monitoring databases. Also includes links to user-designed reports and maps displaying this data.
EPA - Air Trends
Background information concerning the six principal air pollutants including ground-level ozone. Also includes a detailed discussion of trends and special problems related to air pollution in metropolitan areas.
EPA - Ozone and
Particulate Matter Standards Detailed history of EPA's attempt to implement
the 8-hour ozone standard including important court decisions and a
section on ozone Early Action Compacts.
A new business/government partnership,
the Commuter Choice Leadership Initiative is dramatically improving
the way people get to and from work. EPA and DOT assist participating
Commuter Choice® Employers by offering technical assistance,
public recognition and promotion, training, web-based tools and forums
for information exchange.
Funded by the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Transportation, and Transportation
Demand Management Institute (TDMI), the CommuterChoice.com website provides
an open service to employers, commuters, and Commuter Choice service
providers throughout the United States. Commuter Choice can also include
communities working with residents, schools working with students, and
even developers working with future tenants to provide and promote choices
Georgia Tech has a Transportation/Air
Quality Home Page with extensive links to transportation and air quality
The U.S. Department of Energys Alternative
Fuels Data Center is a one-stop shop for all your alternative fuel and
vehicle information needs. This site has more than 3,000 documents in
its database, an interactive fuel station mapping system, listings of
available alternative fuel vehicles, links to related Web sites, and
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
promotes and expands the use of environmentally beneficial alternative
fuels and vehicles by providing the states with tools, such as benefits
models, State Implementation Plan Credits, and the Clean Fuels Fleet
program. EPA also coordinates with the Department of Energy and Department
of Transportation so that their Energy Policy Act and Transportation
Equity Act of the 21st Century programs promote alternative
fuels and vehicles having the greatest environmental gains.
The U. S. Department of Energys
Clean Cities Program supports public-private partnerships that deploy
alternative fuel vehicles and build supporting alternative fuel infrastructure.
Our site features information about local coalitions and clean corridors,
alternative fuel news and events, fleet success stories, support and
funding, tips for starting a coalition in your area, available alternative
fuel vehicles and related links.
The National Alternative Fuels Training
Consortium strives to improve air quality and decrease the dependence
on foreign oil by promoting, supporting, and expanding the use of alternative
fuel vehicles. We develop and deliver standard, competency based training
for automotive trainers, technicians, and others in the alternative
fuel vehicle field, and educate the consumer about alternative fuel
The National Conference of State Legislatures
maintains an alternative fuels web site that includes many links to
other alternative fuel and alternative fuel vehicle web sites and publications.
The East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition
(ETCFC) works to reduce dependence on foreign oil and improve regional
air quality and sustainability. The ETCFC is a participant in the U.S.
Department of Energys national Clean Cities program, which works
toward these goals by furthering the use of alternatives to gasoline
and diesel in the transportation sector.
ATMOS - Arkansas-Tennessee-Mississippi
Ozone Study On-going modeling effort begun in 2000 designed to provide
technical information relative to attainment of the 8-hour ozone standard
across this multi-jurisdictional area. Tennessee's ozone non-attainment
will be resolved through this modeling process.