Wildrose skeptical of Alberta air quality report – Northern Journal

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Wildrose skeptical of Alberta air quality report – Northern Journal

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 2015437 Views

The new New Democrat government in Alberta should clear the air on recently released air quality data for the Wildrose province, its aptly named opposition said Thursday.

Environment Minister Shannon Phillips released a report based on Canadian Ambient Air Quality Standards a day earlier that raised the alarm over particulates and ground-level ozone measured at testing stations across the province, but particularly in the Red Deer district. There are nine districts in all.

The data is presented as four levels of alert: green, yellow, orange and red, red being the worst. For the purposes of the report, an entire district is rated according to the worst single reading from any station within that district.

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