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Air Pollution Control

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The Air Pollution Control District (APCD) is a special district created by state law to enforce local, state and federal air pollution regulations. Our vision is to achieve and maintain clean air standards throughout Placer County. In April 2000, the Board of Directors adopted the APCD's Mission Statement.

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News, Events, and Information

  • Biomass to Energy - Utilization
    • The District sponsored, in partnership with the U.C. Berkeley Center for Forestry, a biomass waste for energy demonstration at the Center’s Blodgett Forest Research Station. The project served as a showcase for forestry management issues. The District produced a video documenting the biomass project and workshop issues, observations, and policy recommendations related to California forest management and utilization of forest residue for energy production. The video captures the views of a unique and diverse set of resource professionals, researchers, state/federal agency representatives, utility representatives, and elected officials.
  • Hearing Board Member Needed: The District is seeking a medical professional to fill a vacancy on the Variance Hearing Board. Announcement for the Air Pollution Control District and Application for Membership on Hearing Board
  • Advisory Notice for Gasoline Dispensing Facilities with Aboveground Storage Tanks The Advisory can be found here.

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