NJDEP's New Clean Air Public Outreach Campaign - website and resources now available

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NJDEP's New Clean Air Public Outreach Campaign - website and resources now available
What’s On Your Mind?: 

As part of its commitment to improving air quality in New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection has launched CleanAirNJ, a campaign that is designed to educate state residents on steps they can take in their own lives to reduce air pollution for a healthier environment. The website provides information about smog formation and its impacts on health and the environment; tips for the public to reduce their contribution to smog formation; information on what to do to protect your health on days with high ozone concentrations; directions on how to get daily smog alerts; links to more specific information and outreach brochures specifically created for the campaign; and information on how to sign up for a "CleanAirNJ" listserv. Outreach materials (e.g., brochures, flyers) will be available on the website soon.

Visit www.CleanAir.NJ.gov to learn more, and view a list of practical tips that the public can take to improve air quality at http://www.nj.gov/dep/cleanairnj/contrib.html

For more information on air quality in New Jersey, including a link to information about the state's air monitoring network and daily air quality reports, please visit: the Division of Air Quality website at: http://www.nj.gov/dep/daq/