NOTE: Air quality is variable and dependent upon a number of factors including; sunlight, temperature, wind speed and direction. Like the weather, it can change from day to day or even hour to hour. Click here for more information on the many variables that impact the ADEQ Daily Ozone Forecast.
 
 
 
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OAD NOTIFICATION FORM
Attention: Metroplan is abandoning the Ozone Action Day (OAD) FAXING alert process in favor of E-mail and/or Text alerts. This will be a more environmentally friendly approach, and either process can be more easily forwarded to interested individuals or groups. Click the OAD NOTIFICATION FORM link above to complete the form.


Click here for a color-coded breakdown of the Air Quality Index that
guides the daily Ozone Action Days designations.

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Ozone Action Days
Ozone Action Days is a public awareness program of Metroplan, in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, Arkansas Department of Health, and the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. The program is dedicated to helping Central Arkansas breathe easy by keeping you informed about potentially harmful ground-level ozone. Ground-level ozone is the bad type of ozone that is created when pollutants such as vehicle exhaust, chemical solvents and industrial emissions mix with sunlight. Breathing this type of ozone can cause a number of problems including chest pain, coughing, throat irritation, and congestion.

Now that you know what ozone is, you can also learn how to avoid it and what you can do to reduce the emissions that create bad ozone. Every day on this site, you will see the day's ozone status. When ground-level ozone reaches moderate levels, an Ozone Action Day alert will be issued here and on your local news. Based on your health and those in your care, you can use this information to decide whether to limit outdoor activity. During the months of May through September, check in daily at ozoneactiondays.org.

Be informed. Take action. Breathe Easy.
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