Prince George Air Quality Management Plan - Phase One (1998)
Phase One of the Plan identified measures to improve air quality in the Prince George Airshed, in particular, to achieve acceptable levels of fine particulate matter. It contains 28 recommendations for actions to reduce and manage pollutant sources, including industrial emissions, road dust, and residential sources such as open burning and woodstoves.
Prince George Air Quality Management Plan - Phase One Progress Report (2004)
The Progress Report of the Air Quality Management Plan was prepared by the Prince George Air Quality Implementation Committee in 2004. It was based on input and information gathered during the previous five years. The Progress Report identifies the Phase One recommendations that had been completed to that date, as well as further work that needed to be done.
Prince George Air Quality Management Plan - Phase Two (2006)
Phase Two of the Plan brings forward recommendations that had been identified as ongoing in the Phase One Progress Report, as well as a number of new recommendations that have been identified. During Phase Two, the Research Working Group of PGAIR conducted research (the Source Apportionment Study, Speciation Study, and the Airshed Boundary Study).
Prince George Air Quality Management Plan - Phase Three (2011)
Under the Phase Three Implementation Plan, PGAIR has developed numerous strategies to improve air quality within the airshed. The strategies are intended to be implemented over a five year period (2011 – 2016). The Phase 3 Plan Final Report March 2018 was released to the public on April 26, 2018.