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        live in Dorval!

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        live in Dorval!

ENVIRONMENT

Air Quality

The Réseau de surveillance de la qualite de l'air (RSQA) of the City of Montreal operates 15 monitoring stations for the ambient air on the island of Montreal. There are no stations, however, located on the City of Dorval territory.

The pollutants mesured by these stations on a continual basis (24 hours per day) are sulfur dioxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and fine particulate matter. The volatile organic compounds, total suspended particulates, particulate matters PM10, as well as organic carbonyl compounds (aldehyde and ketones) are measured on a punctual basis in certain stations, while metals are measured every 5 years at the Pointe-aux-Trembles station only.

Concentrations of pollutants mesured on a continual basis are used to calculate an air quality index , which is available in real time of the website www.rsqa.qc.ca. All of the results obtained by the stations' continuous analyzers are available on tjis website, in the Extraction de donneés section (in French only), while the results of the punctual analyses are available in the annual reports found in the Publications section.

Air Quality Environmental Assessment Report 2017 - City of Montreal (PDF - 802 KB)
Letter from the City of Montreal Environment Director sent to the Mayor of Dorval
     - October 18, 2018 (PDF - 654 Ko - In French only)

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
ENVIRONMENT

Air Quality

The Réseau de surveillance de la qualite de l'air (RSQA) of the City of Montreal operates 15 monitoring stations for the ambient air on the island of Montreal. There are no stations, however, located on the City of Dorval territory.

The pollutants mesured by these stations on a continual basis (24 hours per day) are sulfur dioxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and fine particulate matter. The volatile organic compounds, total suspended particulates, particulate matters PM10, as well as organic carbonyl compounds (aldehyde and ketones) are measured on a punctual basis in certain stations, while metals are measured every 5 years at the Pointe-aux-Trembles station only.

Concentrations of pollutants mesured on a continual basis are used to calculate an air quality index , which is available in real time of the website www.rsqa.qc.ca. All of the results obtained by the stations' continuous analyzers are available on tjis website, in the Extraction de donneés section (in French only), while the results of the punctual analyses are available in the annual reports found in the Publications section.

Air Quality Environmental Assessment Report 2017 - City of Montreal (PDF - 802 KB)
Letter from the City of Montreal Environment Director sent to the Mayor of Dorval
     - October 18, 2018 (PDF - 654 Ko - In French only)

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning

Air Quality

The Réseau de surveillance de la qualite de l'air (RSQA) of the City of Montreal operates 15 monitoring stations for the ambient air on the island of Montreal. There are no stations, however, located on the City of Dorval territory.

The pollutants mesured by these stations on a continual basis (24 hours per day) are sulfur dioxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and fine particulate matter. The volatile organic compounds, total suspended particulates, particulate matters PM10, as well as organic carbonyl compounds (aldehyde and ketones) are measured on a punctual basis in certain stations, while metals are measured every 5 years at the Pointe-aux-Trembles station only.

Concentrations of pollutants mesured on a continual basis are used to calculate an air quality index , which is available in real time of the website www.rsqa.qc.ca. All of the results obtained by the stations' continuous analyzers are available on tjis website, in the Extraction de donneés section (in French only), while the results of the punctual analyses are available in the annual reports found in the Publications section.

Air Quality Environmental Assessment Report 2017 - City of Montreal (PDF - 802 KB)
Letter from the City of Montreal Environment Director sent to the Mayor of Dorval
     - October 18, 2018 (PDF - 654 Ko - In French only)

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
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