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  • Program Manager: Cindy Heil
  • 907-269-7579

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air Quality, Air Non-Point & Mobile Sources Program is responsible for mobile and area sources of air contaminants. The 1970 Clean Air Act established air quality programs to regulate air emissions from stationary, mobile and other sources which pose a risk to human health and the environment. Alaska established its program in the early 1970's. The mission of the Air Non-Point & Mobile Sources program is to protect public health and the environment by working to achieve ambient air quality standards throughout Alaska.

About the Air Non-Point & Mobile Sources Group

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