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Air Quality Fact

The State of California has classified more than 180 toxic air contaminants, which are emitted by mobile sources such as diesel trucks, locomotives, and ships as well as by stationary sources such as refineries, gas stations, and dry cleaners.

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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