Colorado air quality officials unveil new air pollution source mapping tool

The Denver Gazette: A new online mapping tool the public can use to identify and research air pollution sources statewide shows the location of more than half a million sources registered with the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division.

The division has scheduled two public tutorial sessions for those interested in learning more about using the interactive map.

The new tool is possible thanks to an online database launched by the division in October 2020, which currently houses more than 550,000 air quality records and provides an alternative, visual way to find records. Records can include permits, exceedance reports, inspection reports, and completed enforcement actions.

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