The Province of British Columbia and partners from the oil and gas industry are embarking on a three-year air monitoring and community engagement program. Following on the heels of phase one of the oil and gas health assessment, the air monitoring program is in response to growth in the oil and gas industry and concerns from residents over its potential impact on air quality. For more information: BC News Release
Calling all amateur photographers!! We want your photos. This year’s category is “You’re in PAZA air space.” Go to our photo contest page for more information, or click on this link Photo Contest 2013
We are looking for an individual who is willing to represent the public interest on the Peace Airshed Zone Association (PAZA) Board. If you are concerned about air quality in our region, and want to make a difference, please consider this opportunity. For more information, please contact Elizabeth
Please join us in welcoming Elizabeth Bell as PAZA’s new Administrator. Elizabeth comes to us with several years experience in administration and supervision.
PAZA is excited to have Elizabeth join our team!
PAZA will be holding their General Board Meeting on September 6, 2012 at the Sexsmith Elks Room. Meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. Please RSVP to Elizabeth if you plan to attend.