Who We Are 

 

The West Michigan Clean Air Coalition is a partnership of businesses, academic institutions, government agencies, industry, and non-profit organizations in Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon, and Kalamazoo counties working together to achieve cleaner air in the region through the education and promotion of voluntary emission reduction activities.

 

 

About

Learn more about what we do to keep West Michigan residents updated about air quality, the history of our organization, and our members and partners.

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Take Action

It's easy to do your share for cleaner air. Find out what you can do to participate on Clean Air Action Days and how to find out when Action Days have been called. 

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Clean Air Action News and Tips

Check out our new Clean Air Action commercial, which will be airing on WZZM, WOOD TV, and before movies at Celebration Cinema North and Woodland this summer! 

Special thanks to the talent and to Betten Imports for loaning us the convertible! 

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Got a Minute? View this video to learn about why we call for Clean Air Action Days to protect you! These Action days occur when pollutants in the air, such as ground level ozone and dust, or particulate, can make breathing difficult for some people. Clean Air Action Days are important for everyone to pay attention to, but especially people with breathing problems like asthma, as well as the elderly or young children. Got a few minutes? Check out www.deqmiair.org for more information.


Listen for our jingle below this summer on WGRD and the Mix 95.7, and watch for our new commercial too!


Consider carpooling, taking public transportation, walking, or biking every day but especially on Action Days. Using an alternative to driving just one day a week for a year can save the typical commuter about 1,200 miles on their vehicle and about $600 in driving costs according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Got a Minute? View this video to learn about why we call for Clean Air Action Days to protect you! These Action days occur when pollutants in the air, such as ground level ozone and dust, or particulate, can make breathing difficult for some people. Clean Air Action Days are important for everyone to pay attention to, but especially people with breathing problems like asthma, as well as the elderly or young children. Got a few minutes? Check out www.deqmiair.org for more information.