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The Planning Section

  • Develops plans and programs to meet federal requirements; 

  • Implements regulations developed by the Air Quality & Climate Division; 

  • Performs necessary revisions of state air quality plans required by federal law;

  • Collects data and develops air pollutant emission inventories; 

  • Facilitates operation of the annual registration program for point sources of air pollution;

  • Performs computer modeling and other analyses needed for new programs or attainment / maintenance strategies; and 

  • Coordinates activities on issues such as air toxics, climate change, acid rain, visibility, and protection of air quality in Vermont's pristine areas.

  • For more information on toxic air pollutants and how they affect human health and the environment click on Air Toxics Program.

  • Click on Climate Change for more information on the Climate change team.


Comments or Questions? - contact Richard Poirot (Planning Section Chief)

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