Air Quality

Asthma, COPD, allergies, lung cancer, cardiac, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic conditions can all be affected by air quality. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources operates air instruments that collect data to determine:

Missouri actively monitors for air pollutants year round.

Air quality is determined by comparing air pollutants with established standards.

Motor vehicles emissions contribute to air pollution.

More information is available from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Air Quality program, or by contacting the Department of Health and Senior Service's Bureau of Environmental Epidemiology, at (573) 751-6102.

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Particulate Matter 2.5

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Lead

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Carbon Monoxide

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Sulfur Dioxide

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Nitrogen Dioxide

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Ozone

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Particulate Matter 10

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