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Become More Air Aware

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Weather Service urge Americans to "Be Air Aware" during Air Quality Awareness Week, April 28 - May 2, 2008.  The Air Quality Awareness Week homepage has an entire week’s worth of links, including forecasting maps and important heart and lung health information. There’s even an air quality quiz.

Sign Up for Air Quality Alerts

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Although our air is getting cleaner, there are still days when pollution in Metro Louisville is higher than it should be. On those days, the authorities will issue an Air Quality Alert to let you know to take precautions. Did you know you can have these alerts sent to you via email or text message? Click HERE to sign up. The process is simple and will ensure that you always know what's happening with our air. And for updates on daily air quality, go to Louisville Air Watch.


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There's a direct link between our air quality and children with asthma. Be a part of helping our community's asthmatic kids breathe easier by joining the KAIRE Network today.

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