Use the sidebar or click below to navigate through our Publications. The Hotline is GASP’s quarterly newsletter, where we go in-depth on some of the topics we work on daily. Public Comments lets you see some of our official notices to local, state, and federal agencies concerning new laws or regulations. The Reports section provides links to timely, relevant research on air quality. The Green Library link takes you to more information about the Jacqueline Reid Gerjuoy Nature and Environment Resources collection at the Oakland Library in Pittsburgh, made possible through the gift of a GASP Board Member.
GASP is Group Against Smog and Pollution
Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP) is a non-profit citizens' group in Southwestern Pennsylvania working for a healthy, sustainable environment. Founded in 1969, GASP has been a diligent watchdog, educator, litigator, and policy-maker on many environmental issues, with a focus on air quality in the Pittsburgh region. Learn more about GASP.
Allegheny County measures air pollution w/ a network of monitors. Are the monitors in the right places? j.mp/1jDweIN
Neville Island companies: $750k available to upgrade your diesel vehicles! j.mp/1oOjFCl
What are biggest threats to health in Allegheny County? Is air pollution in top 10? Take the Health Dept survey: j.mp/1hTUF9H
Shell’s proposed Beaver County ethane cracker plant air quality plan approval application (bottom of page) j.mp/1pWMpYM
Learn more about major sources of air pollution in Allegheny County. Here’s all the Title V Operating Permits: j.mp/1kAjir6
Should the PA DEP allow more pollution into the air from coal-fired power plants? j.mp/1nygr5h
High-pollution power plant that said it was victim in Obama’s ‘war on coal’ survives, thrives shar.es/VANb3
“God protected me,” says pastor, since he lived in Pgh only 8 years. Air pollution hurts both our health & our region’s attractiveness.