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The Bay Area Air Quality Management District on June 17 announced a new subscription service that can notify residents via text and email of incidents impacting county-level and regional air quality.

Residents can sign up for air quality incident notifications on the district’s website, at

Subscribers can sign up to register for emails and text alerts for incidents affecting specific counties or the entire Bay Area.

“This new subscription service will help the Air District get the word out quickly to Bay Area residents when incidents like industrial fires, refinery flaring, wildfires or widespread odors are affecting local or regional air quality,” said Dr. Philip Fine, executive officer of the air district.

The number of notifications may vary from one per month to more than 15, depending on the frequency of incidents, according to the air district website.

The service, the website also noted, should serve as a supplement, but not a replacement, to other air quality notification services, such as community warnings, Spare the Air alerts, local news coverage and the Environmental Protection Agency fire and smoke map.

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  1. This new air quality alert system by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District is a great initiative! It’s crucial for residents to stay informed about incidents that affect the air quality in their area, especially with the increasing frequency of events like wildfires and industrial fires. The ability to receive timely notifications via text and email is a convenient and proactive approach to ensure public health and safety. Kudos to the district for providing this essential service and making it accessible to all.

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