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CONTACT:
John C. Holland, Ph.D.
    UAT QA Manager
Telephone: (919) 715-7747
FAX: (919) 715-0890
john.holland@ncdenr.gov

Urban Air Toxics Network


Site Locations
City Type County Address Location AQS No.
Asheville Urban Buncombe AB Technical College
Asheville, NC
N35° 34' 20”
W82° 33' 32”
37-021-0035
Winston-Salem Urban Forsyth Hattie Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC
N36° 06' 38”
W80° 13' 36”
37-067-0022
Charlotte Urban Mecklenburg Garinger High School
Charlotte, NC
N35° 14' 25”
W80° 47' 08”
37-119-0041
Candor Rural Montgomery 112 Perry Drive
Candor, NC
N35° 15' 45”
W79° 50' 09”
37-123-0001
Wilmington Urban New Hanover Battleship Drive
Wilmington, NC
N34° 14' 08”
W77° 57' 21”
37-129-0010
Raleigh Urban Wake Millbrook Middle School
Raleigh, NC
N35° 51' 22”
W78° 34' 27”
37-183-0014

The NC Division of Air Quality (DAQ) operates the urban air toxics (UAT) monitoring network in conjunction with the national program, originally proposed and designed by the U.S. EPA in 1999. The UAT monitoring network was started in part due to the EPA's effort to address toxic air pollutant emissions in urban areas.

Currently, the UAT consist of 6 sites; 5 "urban" and 1 "rural". UAT air monitoring is regulary conducted for volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Monitoring for selected semi-volatile compounds (SVOCs) and aldehydes have been conducted on a more limited basis. At present monitoring is conducted for VOCs at 6 sites and aldehydes sampling at 2 sites. The UAT monitoring network is a collaborative effort conducted in coordination with state and local agencies:


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