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Individual behavior must be changed if we are to succeed because the majority of Bay Area air contaminants come from activities that involve individuals, like driving motor vehicles and using consumer products and gasoline powered lawn and garden equipment.   While there is still work to be done to reduce industrial and commercial emissions to even lower levels, individual consumers must change their behavior if we are to make substantial reductions.

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11/24/2014 Stationary Source Committee Meeting
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11/19/2014 My Air Quality: Using Sensors to Know What's in Your Air Webcast archive will be available several days after the meeting.
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History of Air District

Since 1955, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District has been working to improve air Quality in the Bay Area.

The Air District will continue to work to improve our quality of life in the Bay Area. Future challenges — like climate change and reducing diesel emissions — will require good science, creativity and community involvement.

Last Updated: 10/4/2010