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HVNP earns national award for monitoring park’s air quality for public and staff

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park has earned the national Safety and Health Group Award from the National Park Service for its work in monitoring air quality within the park, and communicating the information to the public and employees.

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New state air quality website offers up-to-date info

New state air quality website offers up-to-date info

MEDIA RELEASE People looking to get up-to-date information on air quality in Hawaii can now go to a newly launched Department of Health website that provides data from 13 Department of Health monitoring stations statewide. The website includes interactive maps and a color coded advisory system for conditions at each monitoring station. The newly launched […]

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Persistent light winds are causing consistent poor air quality in Hawaii Island, especially in the communities surrounding the summit of Kilauea Volcano due to the pooling of emissions. The National Weather Service forecasts light wind conditions to continue until Thursday.

Civil Defense warns of poor air quality due to volcano and fires

Persistent light winds are causing consistent poor air quality in Hawaii Island, especially in the communities surrounding the summit of Kilauea Volcano due to the pooling of emissions. The National Weather Service forecasts light wind conditions to continue until Thursday.

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The Hawai‘i State Department of Health’s (DOH) Clean Air Branch will be monitoring Hawai'i’s air quality during New Year’s and comparing it with national ambient air quality standards. The heavy use of fireworks during the annual holiday celebration can significantly increase the amount of particulates in the air, especially on Oahu.

Department of Health to monitor New Year’s air quality

The Hawai‘i State Department of Health’s (DOH) Clean Air Branch will be monitoring Hawai’i’s air quality during New Year’s and comparing it with national ambient air quality standards. The heavy use of fireworks during the annual holiday celebration can significantly increase the amount of particulates in the air, especially on Oahu.

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