CASA provides information and timely data from Sarnia’s air monitoring network.
The Clean Air Sarnia and Area (CASA) community advisory panel is made up of representatives from the public, government, First Nations, and industry, who are dedicated to providing the community with a clear understanding of ambient air quality in the Sarnia area.
CASA was formed in September 2015, and works to improve air quality in the Sarnia area by:
- Sharing information about ambient air quality
- Identifying and researching local air quality issues
- Providing recommendations and information to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and the Sarnia-Lambton Environmental Association
- Informing the public of local air quality
For more information on CASA's objectives, responsibilities, and structure, please see our Terms of Reference.