Send an Email
The "Seeing 20/20 on Compliance Inspections" Workshop was held on May 24, 2017, for industries and businesses with a Mecklenburg County Air Quality permit. This workshop provided insight into the air quality inspection process and various compliance tools were shared: MCAQ's own industry-specific inspection checklists, enforcement statistics, and web enhancements.
The 2017 Asbestos NESHAP Workshop was held on March 23, 2017 for NESHAP renovation and demolition contractors. NESHAP customers were given a demonstration of GovOnline, the 1st EPA-approved electronic NESHAP notification system in the southeast region.
Presentations and workshop materials are available now on MCAQ's Compliance Assistance Workshop webpage.
GovOnline is the 1st EPA-approved electronic submittal system for Asbestos NESHAP in the Southeast U.S.
Visit the Asbestos NESHAP webpage to:
Learn more about microscopic asbestos fibers.
Mecklenburg County Air Quality's annual newsletter, Airwaves, contains:
Use the color-coded Air Quality Index to protect your health this summer! Limit prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors if the color code is orange, red, or purple.
Keep current with your daily air qulaity by:
Cars, trucks, and other on-road vehicles area a major source of air pollution in the Charlotte area. The Remount air quality monitoring station measures air pollutant concentrations within 100 feet of one of the busiest roadways in Charlotte: I-77 near Remount Road. The site monitors for carbon monoxide (CO), nitrgoen dioxide (NO2), and particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10).
Access real-time monitoring data from across the County on the Air Quality Data webpage.