Air Quality Education and Information

Smog Frog mascot and childrenThe Pollution Prevention Partnership provides public education and outreach regarding local air quality. P3 informs the community about their local air quality and how they can make a difference including ozone action day information and recommendations.

According to local air quality studies, individuals make about 35% of the pollutants that make ozone, either by driving or the use of other combustion engines like lawnmowers and boats. Ozone can threaten our health and jeopardize Corpus Christi's attainment status of air quality standards.

Air quality in Corpus Christi is usually quite good.

In fact, Corpus Christi can be proud of the fact that we are the only industrial based city in the United States that is still in attainment of air quality standards established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).