Air Pollution Control Program
Common Air Pollutants
The Environmental Protection Agency has set certain permissible levels, known as the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, for six common air pollutants. These levels, or standards, are based on what concentration of a specific pollutant it would take to become a health or environmental hazard. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources maintains a system of air monitors across the state to check the levels of these six common air pollutants as well as many other pollutants.
More detail about each of the six common air pollutants is available by clicking on the pollutant.
Summary of Monitored Ozone Values.
Preliminary 1-hour O3 parts per million, CST.
Preliminary 8-hour O3 parts per million, CST.
Quarterly Quality Assured Data.
- Particulate Matter or Particulate Matter Forecasts
Summary of Monitored PM2.5 Values
Preliminary 1-hour PM 10 (µg/m3), CST.
Preliminary 1-hour PM2.5 (µg/m3), CST.
- Sulfur Dioxide
Summary of Monitored Sulfur Dioxide Values.
Preliminary 1-hour SO2 parts per billion, CST.
- Carbon Monoxide
Preliminary 1-hour CO parts per million, CST.
- Nitrogen Dioxide
Summary of Monitored Nitrogen DioxideValues.
Preliminary 1-hour NO2 parts per billion, CST.
Monitoring Network Plans
- 2012 Monitoring Network Plan.
- 2011 Monitoring Network Plan.
- 2010 Monitoring Network Plan.
- 2009 Monitoring Network Plan.
- 2008 Monitoring Network Plan.
- 2007 Monitoring Network Plan.
- Missouri Lead Monitoring Network Plan, October 2009.
Five Year Monitoring Network Assessments
There are many other air pollution data websites available.