Monthly Archives: November 2017

On November 21st, 2017, The Calgary Region Airshed Zone is pleased to be working with Vulcan County to bring a new workshop on Air Quality to the region.  The workshop will have presentations on dust effects of human health, what is dust and what are airsheds and their responsibilities to Albertans.  Everyone is welcome to attend the workshop, it will run from 9 am to 2 pm, at the Mason Lodge Hall in Vulcan, Alberta.

Presentations will run 20 minutes long from 9:30 am to noon, after lunch participants will be holding round table discussions on:

  1. Air Quality monitoring in the CRAZ region
  2. Environmental programs currently running in the region
  3. What CRAZ can do for you?
  4. Networking and sharing human health information and what information do we still need?

For more information on the workshop please view the link below:

Workshop Poster

It’s not too late to register!  Follow the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/municipal-dust-health-effects-suppression-workshop-tickets-39329711225

If you have any questions please contact Tanya.carlson@craz.ca

 

CRAZ has several committees that each provide different expertise in managing our region’s air quality.  The Technical Committee oversees the network of monitoring stations (continuous, passive and mobile) and reviews the data each month to make sure the stations are operating properly and to check for any air quality problems.  CRAZ works closely with Alberta Environment… Continue Reading