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Ground-level ozone season is March - October. The following document details the maximum concentrations observed at each of the ozone monitors in the Charlotte Metrolina region and the number of days that exceed the federal, health-based standard for ground-level ozone. This document is updated each month during ozone season and presented during the Air Quality Commission meeting.
Monthly Ozone Summary (Updated 11/25/2019)
Mecklenburg County overall ambient (outdoor) air quality continues to improve. At the end of 2018, Mecklenburg County monitoring data continued to demonstrate compliance with all federal, health-based air quality standards. The following reports summarize the data trends since 2004.
Overall Air QualityGround-level OzoneParticulate Matter Nitrogen Oxides, Sulfur Dioxide, and Carbon Monoxide
Overall Air Quality
Nitrogen Oxides, Sulfur Dioxide, and Carbon Monoxide
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