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Alaska Air Toxics Assessment


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Alaska has been working on an air toxic emission inventory as well as pursuing funding for monitoring. These technical pieces will be brought to a stakeholder group for consideration. The goal is to prioritize the air toxic program efforts, so that they can develop an air toxic program that addresses local concerns.

The air toxics emission inventory was scoped to include Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau. The inventory includes mobile sources (on-road & non-road), area sources, and point sources for these communities. Anchorage and Fairbanks were included as the two largest communities in Alaska. Juneau was selected as a smaller community, which had a variety of emission sources (marine, incineration, wood-burning). The idea was that they may be able to use Juneau estimates as a basis for beginning to look at other communities of similar size with similar pollution-emitting activities. They also had some data already collected for Juneau for other purposes as well as staff located in Juneau that could collect further data.

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