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Mojave Green Gas Station Program

A Mojave Green Gas Station is any dispensing facility located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District where pollution prevention and reduction techniques are successfully employed as part of routine operating procedures. Informational brochure on how your facility can earned the privilege of being recognized by the MDAQMD for its "Green" efforts.

Why and How to Use a Wood Moisture Meter

Why should I use a wood moisture meter? Burning wet wood is a waste of energy. Wood burns most efficiently when the moisture content is between 15% - 20%. Learn more about burning drier and burning better.

Unpaved Road Brochure   

Informational brochure on the potential health hazards of unpaved roads and ways you can protect yourself and others.

 Video: California's Clean Air Legacy (with introduction by the MDAQMD)

A 2014 video produced by the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association which spotlights the impressive work being done by California's 35 air districts.  This version features an introduction tailored for the Mojave Desert AQMD by Executive Director Eldon Heaston.

 Don't Burn Wet Wood

Burn dry firewood to save money and health. Burning dry firewood can save money and protect you and your family's health. A properly installed and operated wood-burning stove should produce little smoke.

 La Madera Humeda es un Desperdicio

Lista de metodos de calefaccion limpia y eficiente: Quemar lena seca puede ahorrar dinero y proteger tu salud y la de tu familia. Una estufa de lena instalada y usada apropiadamente debe producior poco humo.

Wood Stove Dirty Secrets

Does your wood stove have a dirty little secret? Burn the right wood, the right way, and in the right appliance.

Tiene tu Estufa de Lena un Secretro Sucio?

Aprende antes de quemar la lena: Quema la madera correcta, De la forma correcta, En la estufa correcta.

AQI Index Chart (Tambien en Espanol)

The Air Quality Index (AQI) reports ozone, particulate matter and other common pollutants. The higher the rating, the greater the danger.  The AQI is divided into several categories and information about how to avoid exposure is listed within each category. A Spanish version is included on the second page.

 

Last updated: 3/23/2017 4:33:44 PM