— Point source air quality monitoring network for the City of Sarnia and area. Real-Time Sarnia Air Quality Data Reporting. Sarnia and Aamjiwnaang air monitoring.
— CASA represents participating industries in Sarnia that are committed to carrying out air quality monitoring as part of the MOE’s Source Emissions Monitoring program.
— The Clean Air Sarnia and Area (CASA) is comprising 22 local companies committed to assessing, monitoring the air quality in Sarnia on a regular basis as part of the MOE's Source Emissions Monitoring program.
— CASA meetings are open to the public. If you are interested in attending a meeting, continue to check this page for information on the date and location of the next meeting.
— The CASA website provides real-time Air Quality Monitoring and Airborne Pollution Monitoring for Sarnia Ontario on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment Ontario.
— Glossary of air pollution terminology, meanings of air pollutant abbreviations and terms provided by the Clean Air Sarnia and Area (CASA).
— Description of Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) and some related pollutants such as sulphur dioxide (SO2), total reduced sulphur (TRS), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), nitric oxides (NO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx), and inhalable particulate matter (PM10)
— Clean Air Sarnia and Area (CASA) updates and news regarding changes and improvements to Sarnia's Air Quality Monitoring Network.
— The Sarnia Area Environmental Health Project (SAEHP) aims to help address concerns about air pollution and other environmental stressors from local industries in the Sarnia area. The project will help enhance understanding of the links between the environment and health in the community, with a focus on assessing exposures to chemicals in air.
— The Sarnia Area Environmental Health Project (SAEHP) aims to help address concerns of Sarnia area communities about air pollution and other environmental stressors from local industries in the area.
— Meeting information and materials are shared in the sections on this page, eg. Community Presentation.
— The Air Exposure Review is a scientific assessment that describes community exposures and associated risks to human health from chemicals in the outdoor air in the Sarnia area.
— The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) has heard concerns from the Aamjiwnaang community regarding the consumption and use of local medicinal plants.
— The Environmental Stressors Review will consider how quality of life is impacted by disturbances from industrial operations, such as noise/vibration, odour and light, and identify communications and other initiatives that could reduce associated stress and anxiety during incidents and emergencies.
— Find ways to contact Clean Air Sarnia and Area (CASA) if you have questions or need more information about reports, data, etc.
— View complete directory of Clean Air Sarnia and Area website pages at cleanairsarniaandarea.com