Air Quality Awareness Week 2013
Monday, April 29 - Friday, May 3

This week, the National Weather Service, in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency, are urging Alabamians to "Be Air Aware" through their Air Quality Awareness days.

Air pollution and high ozone concentrations can be a health hazard to many different people.  Young people, old people and folks with heart conditions are among the most susceptible to these colorless and odorless gases in the atmosphere.

Each day during Air Quality Awareness Week will be devoted to a different topic: 


 Birmingham Skyline
Birmingham, Alabama

 Montgomery Skyline
Montgomery, Alabama

Monday, April 29th Ozone and Particle Pollution
Tuesday, April 30th Causes of Poor Air Quality
Wednesday, May 1nd Health Impacts of Poor Air Quality
Thursday, May 2rd Tools Available to Help You Get Air Quality Information
Friday, May 3th What You Can Do to Make the Air Cleaner

 Downtown Anniston
Anniston, Alabama

 Tuscaloosa Skyline
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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