PHOENIX (January 15, 2020) - The Maricopa County Air Quality Department’s Clean Air Make More mobile application has reached a milestone with more than 50,000 downloads (50,575 downloads as of Jan. 8, 2020).
Recognizing that many Maricopa County residents typically spend more time on their smartphones and tablets than any other device, the Air Quality Department developed the Clean Air Make More app to provide a resource that allows residents to easily access real-time information about the air they breathe. The free application provides Maricopa County residents with real-time air quality information, forecasts, restrictions, and the ability to report violations.
“The app is a great way to keep residents aware of the Valley’s air quality,” Maricopa County Air Quality Department Director Philip McNeely said. “It’s exciting to see that so many residents are taking action and responsibility to better understand air quality.”
The app was launched in September 2012 and was Maricopa County’s first mobile app.
The Clean Air Make More app features:
- Real-time air quality information and detailed air pollution statistics, including ozone, PM-10 and PM 2.5 levels
- Air quality index levels (good, moderate, unhealthy for sensitive groups, unhealthy, very unhealthy and hazardous) and definitions
- Real-time air quality updates on restrictions (wood burning, leaf blower use, off-road vehicle use)
- “Report a violation” option, similar to what is found on CleanAirMakeMore.com, where users can report an air quality violation or a smoking vehicle
- Additional ways to stay in touch with the Air Quality Department for news, tips and other ways to improve air quality: www.CleanAirMakeMore.com, Facebook, and Twitter
Download the app for iPhone and iPad here. Download the app for Android here.
For more information, contact Communications Supervisor Bob Huhn, 602-506-6713.
About Maricopa County Air Quality Department
The mission of the Maricopa County Air Quality Department is to improve the air of Maricopa County so customers, residents, and visitors can live, work, and play in a healthy environment. The department is governed by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and follows air quality standards set forth by the federal Clean Air Act.
The department offers air quality information and resources on its Clean Air Make More website. Visit CleanAirMakeMore.com to learn more.
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Download our Clean Air Make More app! It is free to download and use and is available on iTunes for iPhone and iPad and on Google Play for Android.