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Links to General Air and Water Quality Information
Are you interested in learning about general air and water quality in the Tucson area? Do you want to know more about our local travel reduction program? Then have a look at the Pima Association of Governments (PAG) website.
Links to Regulatory Agencies
Do you want to know how much benzene (or any other regulated contaminant) is allowable in your drinking water? That information is available under Title 18 (Environmental Quality) of the Arizona Administrative Code which is online at the Arizona Secretary of State web page.
If you have specific questions about radon, you can find anwers at the Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency site.
You can also find state-wide air and water quality information, and recycling program information at the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) website.
The Arizona Deptartment of Water Resources (ADWR) can tell you all about statewide water management. And they are the people to ask if you have questions about drilling a well.
Or, think big. National environmental public policy information is available from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website.
Links to Data
The Water Resources Research Center is a good source for water information in the State of Arizona.
If you are interested in real-time water quality data, earthquake information, satellite images of environmental change, or ordering topographic maps, then the United States Geological Survey (USGS) site is for you.
For more satellite images and weather information, you might be interested in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website.