The Peace Airshed Zone Association (PAZA) seeks proposals from qualified professional individuals, teams, or consultant groups to evaluate the PAZA ambient air quality monitoring network in accordance with the requirements set out in this Request for Proposals (RFP).
Proposals must be received no later than 16:30:00 Alberta Time March 29, 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
A fire smoke advisory has been issued for northern Alberta, including Grande Prairie and area. Air quality is expected to deteriorate over the next few days, due to fires burning in northwestern Alberta.
For up to the hour Air Qualtiy Health Index (AQHI) ratings in our area please visit www.paza.ca. Air quality information is also available by phone, toll-free, at
In severe smoke conditions, even health individuals may experience irritation of eyes, throat and possibly shortness of breath. Learn about what you can do to protect yourself. The following information is courtesy of Alberta Health Services:
The Peace Airshed will be hosting our Annual General Meeting on April 23, 2012! And you are invited to learn about the air quality in the peace region over the past year. It will be a great event with lots of opportunities to speak with local municipalities, government agencies and industry.
PAZA had the pleasure of taking part in the Emerald Day Celebrations at the Grande Prairie Regional College.
The Alberta Emerald Foundation works to recognize, celebrate and inspire environmental excellence in Alberta. And this is something that all Albertan’s can be proud of! To nominate an individual for an “Emerald Award” go to the Alberta Emerald Foundation.
Thanks to everyone that stopped by the PAZA booth!