BRCAC has recently completed and submitted its 2004 update to the organization’s original Baton Rouge Area Clean Air Action Plan to EPA to fulfill its requirements under EPA’s Ozone and PM Advance Program. The update report can be accessed here.
On March 17th, the Baton Rouge Clean Air Coalition submitted comments to EPA on proposed revisions to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone. The comments can accessed here.
Thursday evening, January 15th, Dr. Mike McDaniel, Executive Director of BRCAC, gave a presentation at the AWMA winter dinner meeting held in Gonzales. The title of his presentation was “What Louisiana Can Expect From EPA’s Recently Proposed Revisions to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone”. A copy of the presentation can be obtained […]
On December 17th, EPA published proposed rules for revision of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone. EPA is proposing to revise the primary standard from the current value of 75 parts per billion (ppb) to a level within the range of 65 to 70 ppb, and to revise the secondary standard to a […]
On Tuesday, December 9th, BRCAC sponsored and LDEQ graciously hosted a forum on generating and documenting emissions reduction credits (ERCs) for projects involving emissions reductions with marine vessels and at ports. The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is in the process of developing new rules to allow emission reduction credits (ERCs) to be generated for […]
BRCAC Executive Director, Dr. Mike McDaniel, presented proposed strategies to mitigate transportation and economic development constraints brought by federal Clean Air rules at the recent fall conference of the Louisiana Section of the Air and Waste Management Association. In his presentation, Dr. McDaniel provided an update on the status of the Baton Rouge ozone situation, […]
BRCAC’s proposed new strategy for increasing available emission reduction credits while improving local air quality is featured in a recent Amy Wold article in The Advocate. The article can be accessed here.
Baton Rouge Clean Air Coalition and Capital Region Planning Commission activities related to developing a local rideshare program to help mitigate traffic congestion and air pollution were featured in a Sunday Advocate’s article by Amy Wold.
Governor Bobby Jindal has proclaimed May 2014 as Air Quality Awareness Month for the State of Louisiana. The proclamation stresses the benefits of improving the state’s air quality and the responsibility of each citizen to make informed personal choices that support air quality programs intended to help protect and improve the air quality of the state. […]
In an April 3rd press release EPA announced that the Baton Rouge area monitoring data for 2011-2013 shows attainment with the 2008 8-hour ozone standard. This “Clean Air Determination” by EPA is an important step toward formal redesignation of the area from nonattainment to attainment for the federal ozone standard. This achievement comes two years ahead of […]
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