Carbon Monoxide in Alaska

The health threat from exposure to CO is most serious for children, the elderly, pregnant women, and those who suffer from cardiovascular disease, but at higher levels of exposure, healthy individuals are also affected. Visual impairment, reduced work capacity, reduced manual dexterity, poor learning ability, and difficulty in performing complex tasks are all associated with exposure to elevated CO levels.

General Information:
Sources of Carbon Monoxide:

Basic CO Information

Indoor Emissions

Health Impact

Outdoor Emissions

Additional Information:
Contact Information:

Cindy Heil, Program Manager
Air Non-Point & Mobile Sources
Phone: 907-269-7579