California has more cars per household (1.8) than any other state, along with a thriving business population. These reasons greatly contribute to the air quality challenge, and our need for the Spare the Air Program.
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12/18/14 Mobile Source Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
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12/17/14 Regular Board Meeting Webcast Archive
(948 kb PDF, 82 pgs)
12/15/14 Personnel Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
(448 kb PDF, 32 pgs)
12/15/14 Ad Hoc Building Oversight Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
(494 kb PDF, 16 pgs)
11/19/2014 My Air Quality: Using Sensors to Know What's in Your Air Webcast Archive
Event Info & RSVP
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Agendas, Minutes and Media
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iTunes Audio Podcasts
iTunes Video Podcasts
The Source Test program provides the Bay Area Air Quality Management District with the expertise and equipment to determine the type and quantity of pollutants emitted from sources by sampling the effluent stream. Quantification of pollutant emissions allows the Air District to determine if a source is in compliance with environmental regulations and to issue a Notice of Violation, if necessary.
The primary functions of the Source Test program are to:
WILLIAM “BILL” HAMMEL
Senior AQ Engineer
Senior AQ Engineer
BRADLEY “BRAD” KINO
Principal AQ Engineer
Supervising AQ Technician
CHARLES “CHUCK” Mc CLURE
Supervising AQ Engineer
ROBERT “BOB” BARTLEY
AQ Engineering Manager
Listing Of Tests Conducted At Title V & Synthetic Minor Facilities
Guidance Document For Notification Of Testing At Gasoline Dispensing Facilities
Guidance Document For Installation Of Particulate Sampling Facilities
List Of Independent Testing Contractors
For assistance in English, call (415) 749-4900.
Para asistencia en español, llame a al (415) 749-4900.