Air Quality

Monitoring Network Design

The Air Monitoring Section maintains an air-quality monitoring program to measure ozone, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, volatile organic compunds, carbonyls and sulfate. There are monitoring stations in Underhill, Burlington, Rutland, and Bennington. Below is the configuration of Vermont's ambient air monitoring network for 2017.

2017 Vermont Ambient Air Monitoring Network

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Air Monitoring Section

The Air Monitoring Section operates the division’s statewide ambient air monitoring network for the measurement of EPA criteria pollutants- ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide, as well as meteorological parameters such as wind speed and direction, temperature, barometric pressure, precipitation and solar radiation.

Rutland Monitoring Station

Rutland Site

Rutland Site Information

Street Level Map

EPA site number: 50-021-0002
Address: Parking lot adjacent to 9 Merchant's Row
County: Rutland
Date site established: 1/1/71
Current status: Active

Site coordinates:

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