Comprehensive Monitoring Program, Final Air Quality Data Assessment Report for 1989, Version 2.1. Volume 4
STOLLAR (R L) AND ASSOCIATES INC DENVERCO
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The purpose of the air element of the comprehensive monitoring program is to establish an on-going baseline to verify ambient air quality and evaluate progress made in remedial actions. The program consists of three modes of operation 1 Year-round and routine seasonal baseline monitoring of PM-10, VOC, SVOC, TSP, OTSP, asbestos, and metals 2. High Event monitoring during specified meteorological conditions 3. Supplemental monitoring for remedial and construction activities. This report is divided into the following sections 1. Introduction - background, potential sources 2. Local air quality and meteorological characteristics 3. Program methodology - siting criteria, monitoring locations 4. Results of the FY89 program and 5. Continuous air monitoring program.
- Air Pollution and Control