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Air Quality Index

Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach

Clean air is a most important natural resource. Air pollution is produced from many human activities, primarily from combustion of fossil fuel for transportation and power generation.

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Listen to the daily AQI (Air Quality Index) recording by calling 561-837-5092 or view our Current AQI Readings or National Air Quality Forecast

Pollen Readings
Date 05/23/2016
Reading 34
Source Trees, Grass, Weeds
Range Moderate
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Mold Readings
Date 05/23/2016
Reading 11,208
Range Moderate
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The average person breathes more than 3,000 gallons of air each day. The quality of the air affects how we live and breathe, especially if you are a child,older adult or anyone with a heart condition or lung disease, like asthma. Sign up for EnviroFlash alerts to get daily updates on air quality at www.enviroflash.info. This will help you know when and how to plan to protect yourself on unhealthy days. EnviroFlash is a free service from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Palm Beach County Health Department Air Pollution Control Program.

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Our air program is responsible for assuring good air quality for the community through many regulatory and non-regulatory programs, including:

The Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County's air program has been in operation for over 25 years. The challenge facing air quality for the new millennium will be met by continuing working partnerships with government officials, and with business, community, and citizen groups.