The Bay Area Air Quality Management District today issued its 13th “Spare the Air” alert of 2022 due to high pollution.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is issuing the alert because of pollution from wood burning.
How do wildfires affect air pollution? How bad is smoke for my health? How do I track air quality and protect myself from smoke?
A combination of wildfire smoke and vehicle exhaust has the Bay Area Air Quality Management District urging people to limit driving.
Fireplaces and fire pits are the largest sources of unhealthy pollution in the winter. Here are the rules and recommendations around burning wood and sparing the air.
On bad air days, schools are instructed to close windows and doors and let the air purifiers work. But during the pandemic, that solution comes with its own problems.
Air quality is expected to be unhealthy for sensitive groups in much of the Bay Area, and unhealthy for everyone at higher elevations.
Preparation advice, evacuation guidance and answers to your questions about air quality, power outages and defending your property.
In Berkeley and beyond, it’s not too soon to prepare for unhealthy air days.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District filed a violation against Berkeley Asphalt on Dec. 8 in response to complaints of a “burning, sulfurous” odor.
Wildfire season is upon us and the air quality locally will be very poor for the foreseeable future according to weather experts.
Air quality in the city has been improving steadily over the day Monday, according to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s monitor in West Berkeley. As of noon, the rating was listed as moderate.