We understand air quality issues and needs at the community level.
STI has worked with community groups, non-profit organizations, and air quality agencies to monitor pollution exposure, conduct air quality studies, and secure funding for community improvement projects. We help communities understand their local air quality and make informed decisions to reduce exposure.
Steven Brown, Vice President / Manager, Data Science Department / Senior Atmospheric Scientist
Air Pollution Monitoring
Take action to improve air quality and protect children’s health. Through community air monitoring campaigns, we provide science-based evidence to help engage decision makers and the community, and create scientifically sound action plans for positive change.
Identify and understand the health effects of pollution exposure within your community. STI designs, conducts, and reports on scientifically valid air quality measurement studies.
Air Monitoring Funding
We partner with air districts and community groups to secure funding and develop air pollution monitoring and improvement projects.
Partner with a leader in real-time fenceline air quality monitoring. Our work directly supports deployment and field operations to meet legislative and regulatory community air monitoring mandates.
Assembly Bill (AB) 617
Measure exposure in communities of interest under AB 617 and the California Air Resource Board’s Community Air Protection Program (CAPP). Leverage low-cost sensors to identify and assess air quality problems.
Develop an air monitoring system that meets the requirements of the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s Rule 1180 for Refinery Fenceline Air Monitoring Plan Guidelines.
Establish an air monitoring system to monitor, record, and report air pollution levels to meet the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Regulation 12, Rule 15: Petroleum Refining Emissions Tracking (Regulation 12-15).