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Air Quality Report
View the 24-hour average report from the last day's data.

Measurements are reported by station location. Details include Ozone and Particulate Matter.

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Burn Permits
All outside burning (unless exempt) requires a permitresidential, commercial, agriculture, bonfires, training exercise fires, building demolition, dangerous material, or Air Curtain Burning.

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Dust Control
Dust kicked up by vehicles, construc-tion, agri-culture, burning and wind events create pollution called particulate matter. Learn about rules and regulations to limit particulate matter produced.

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File a Complaint
Report Air Quality health hazards such as Asbestos, Burning, Dust, Industrial Emissions, Odors, etc. Fill out the online complaint form to report your concern.

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Industrial Permits
Any industrial operation that has the potential to emit 5.5 pounds per day or 1 ton per year of any regulated air pollutant is required to obtain a permit from Pinal County Air Quality.

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Monitoring Stations
View a map of all federally mandated monitoring stations.  The address for each site is provided along with the station's details.  Click on the DETAILS link, to see picture and trends analysis.

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Public Notices
Public Notices inform you about proposed changes to Air Quality rules/ordinances in Pinal County.

Have questions or comments?
Email: airquality@pinalcountyaz.gov
 
Or mail to:
 
Air Quality/Public Notices
P.O. Box 987
Florence, AZ 85132

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Online Payments
Air Quality Permits
Building Permits
Burn Permits
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Donald P. Gabrielson

Director
 
Air Quality
31 N Pinal Street
Building F

Florence, AZ 85132

Office: 520.866.6929
Fax:    520.866.6967
AirQuality@pinalcountyaz.gov