While there are many threats to clean air, there are many things individuals can do to help keep air clean. The list that follows offers some clean air tips.
The Air Quality and Climate Division administers funding to provide incentives for reducing air pollution. Past and current programs focus on woodstove change outs, diesel emissions reduction, and outdoor wood-fired boiler change outs. Current funding opportunities are listed below. Funding availability changes over time, so please check back often to see what current opportunities are.
The Vermont Air Quality & Climate Division’s (AQCD) goal is to work to protect the public and the environment from the effects of adverse air quality. The AQCD monitors ambient air quality and air pollution emissions from sources, proposes regulations to improve existing air quality, ensures compliance with the regulations, and issues permits to control pollution from sources of air contaminants across the state.