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Criteria Air Pollutant Report: SUMMIT County, OH
 
 
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    SUMMIT County
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  • Air Quality Rankings: Health Risks, Exposure, and Emissions
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    Carbon Monoxide emissions:
    Nitrogen Oxides emissions:
    PM-2.5 emissions:
    PM-10 emissions:
    Sulfur Dioxide emissions:
    Volatile Organic Compound emissions:
    Air Quality Index:
    Ozone 1-hour average concentration:
    Ozone 8-hour average concentration:
    PM-2.5 24-hour average concentration:
    PM-10 24-hour average concentration:
    Person-days in exceedance of national air quality standard for ozone (8-hour):
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  • Environmental Justice Analysis for SUMMIT County

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  • Health Risks
  • Population Exposed to Unhealthy Levels of Criteria Air Pollutants:

    Pollutant Person-days
    in exceedance
    of NAAQS
    Ozone
        8-hour average 2,187,092
    PM-25
        Annual arithmetic mean 546,773


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  • Exposures to Criteria Air Pollutants
  • Air Quality Index:
    Percentage of days with good air quality:58
    Percentage of days with moderate air quality:40
    Percentage of days with unhealthful air quality for sensitive populations:2
    Percentage of days with unhealthful air quality:0
    Maximum AQI level in 2003161
    Median AQI level in 200346
    90th Percentile AQI level in 200374
    Air Quality Index
    0 - 50 Good
    50 - 100 Moderate
    100 - 200 Unhealthful
    200 - 300 Very Unhealthful
    300 - 500 Hazardous
    2003 Summary of Pollutant Concentrations:
    Pollutant NAAQS
    Standard
    Highest
    Recorded
    Concentration
    Second
    Highest
    Recorded
    Concentration
    Number
    of NAAQS
    Exceedances
    Stations
    Monitoring
    Pollutant
    Carbon monoxide
        1-hour average 35 ppm5.2 ppm5.1 ppm 0 2
        8-hour average 9 ppm2.9 ppm2.5 ppm 0 2
    Ozone
        1-hour average 0.12 ppm.12 ppm.1 ppm 0 1
        8-hour average 0.08 ppm.1 ppm.1 ppm 4 1
    PM-25
        24-hour average 65 ug/m349 ug/m348 ug/m3 0 2
        Annual arithmetic mean 15 ug/m315.4 ug/m314.2 ug/m3 1 2
    PM-10
        24-hour average 150 ug/m365 ug/m362 ug/m3 0 2
        Annual arithmetic mean 50 ug/m321 ug/m319 ug/m3 0 2
    Sulfur dioxide
        3-hour average 0.50 ppm.13 ppm.13 ppm 0 2
        24-hour average 0.14 ppm.05 ppm.05 ppm 0 2
        Annual arithmetic mean 0.03 ppm.009 ppm.007 ppm 0 2
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  • 1999 Emissions Summary of Criteria Air Pollutants
  • (Expressed in tons of pollutant emitted)
      Carbon
    monoxide
    Nitrogen
    oxides
    PM-2.5 PM-10 Sulfur
    dioxide
    Volatile
    organic
    compounds
    Mobile Sources136,48320,4262,3367,5021,52411,736
    Area Sources13,46825,8712,0575,2135,93410,677
    Point Sources5671,93840355610,5613,026
    All sources150,51848,2344,79713,27118,02025,438
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