Air Quality Resources

Downloadable Content

Health Effects of Diesel Exhaust presented by Kevin Stewart | ppt

Web Sites

  • American Lung Association – Air Quality | site
  • American Lung Association Health House Program | site
  • American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s (AAAAI) Aeroallergen Network, National Allergy Bureau (NAB) [pollen and mold spore counts] | site
  • Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights | site
  • Beyond Pesticides [National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides] | site
  • Burning Issues [wood burning and open] | site
  • Clean Air Council | site
  • Environmental Law Institute | site
  • Group Against Smog and Pollution | site
  • Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association | site
  • National Environmental Trust | site
  • Natural Resources Defense Council | site
  • Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management | site

Government Agencies

  • CDC—Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry | site
    • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health | site
  • EPA—United States Environmental Protection Agency
    • Office of Air and Radiation | site
    • Real Time Air Pollution Data | site
    • Office of Transportation and Air Quality | site
    • Indoor Air Quality | site
    • Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards | site
      • Technology Transfer Network | site
      • Technology Transfer Network Air Toxics Website | site
  • Pennsylvania Specific Links
    • Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future [PennFuture] | site
    • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
      • Bureau of Air Quality | site
      • Bureau of Radiation Protection, Radon Division | site
    • Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Pennsylvania Schools | site
    • Pennsylvania Environmental Network | site
    • Sierra Club, Pennsylvania Chapter | site

* The American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic does not officially endorse or claim to know the validity of these websites. They are provided as a resource. We cannot guarantee that these resources will be able to answer all of your questions. For specific medical inquiries, always consult a physician.