Newsletter: Fall 2016

Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) consists of particles floating in the air we breathe that have a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers (about one-eighth the diameter of a human hair). These fine particles are linked to more health implications than larger particles because smaller particles can move deeper into the respiratory tract, including the lungs.

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Newsletter: Summer 2016

Gibbons Deputy Mayor Louise Bauder helps Fort Air Partnership Chair Keith Purves cut the cake marking the grand opening June 16 of the new Gibbons Air Monitoring Station. Gibbons Deputy Mayor Louise Bauder helps Fort Air Partnership Chair Keith Purves cut the cake marking the grand opening June 16 of the new Gibbons Air Monitoring…

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Newsletter: Spring 2016

Fort Air Partnership’s continuous air monitoring station in Gibbons became fully operational in February. The station is located just south of the Town of Gibbon’s administration building at 50 Avenue and 48 Street. The Gibbons station is monitoring and collecting data on seven substances including sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, oxides…

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