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.
Our contact information is located on the traditional territory of the Haisla Nation and we also acknowledge the traditional territory of the Kitselas Nation.
If you are looking to become a part of the Kitimat Airshed Group, please submit an application.
The Kitimat Airshed Group facilitates communication between the public, industry, First Nations, and government agencies to promote transparency and continuous improvement in the airshed as well as providing input for the statutory decision-making process.
The Kitimat Airshed Group provides air quality education to promote public awareness of timely, representative, and specific monitoring data that has been reviewed, and promotes clean air for the health, wellbeing and safety of the people and the environment.