The public has access to, and understands, trusted air quality information from a representative monitoring network which informs decisions and prioritizes the overall health, wellbeing and safety of the people and the environment.
The Kitimat Airshed Group facilitates communication between the public, industry, First Nations, and government agencies to promote transparency and continuous improvement in the airshed and provide input for the Statutory Decision-Making process. The Kitimat Airshed Group provides air quality education to support public awareness of timely, representative, and scientific monitoring data that has been reviewed and promotes clean air for the health, well-being and safety of people and the environment.
The Wood Stove Exchange Program is open for applications. If you replace an old wood stove with an EPA-certified wood stove, pellet stove, or heat pump, you might qualify for a rebate from $500 to $1000. Click here for more information or visit out Program Section above.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, Rio Tinto Alcan Inc., District of Kitimat and LNG Canada.
We are all responsible for keeping our air clean, not only for ourselves but, for generations to come. From individual households to large industries, we can all do our part to protect our airshed. Every small step helps, and we challenge you to start now.
Contact us for any questions you have. We are always happy to help you on your journey to cleaner air.
KAG also offers membership opportunities, if having your voice heard is important to you, check out our membership application for more information.
We look forward to working together for a cleaner future.