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Fall 2006

  • Allegheny County Board of Health Approves $500,000 Grant to Clean Up Local School Buses
  • Bad Air Days
  • Cleaner Emissions in the Forecast for the Cheswick Power Station
  • GASP Receives Funding for Two Environmental Education Projects
  • Alternative Energy Program Series
  • Hays Woods Update
  • R.I.P. Mon/Fayette Expressway
  • GASP’s Fall 2006 Benefit (New Date!)
  • Ride Your Bike to Khalil’s and Support GASP
  • GASP Receives Bequest

Summer 2006

  • Comprehensive Campaign to Reduce Diesel Pollution Underway
  • Getting the Mercury Out: The Pennsylvania Debate
  • Scientists Sound Ultrafine Alarm
  • GASP Legal Update
  • Proposed COMs Regulation
  • Envisioning a Revitalized Community: From the Mayor of Braddock
  • Driving Cleaner and Greener with GASP
  • PA Hybrid Rebate Program
  • Join GASP Today
  • Save the Date for GASP’s Fall 2006 Benefit Event
  • Help Wanted: Treasurer

Spring 2006

  • Progress Continues in Cheswick
  • County Considers Continuous Opacity Monitors
  • GASP Members Speak at Public Hearing on Proposed Changes to PM Standards
  • Federal Court Unanimously Rejects Rollback of Clean Air Protections
  • Clean Air Fund Victory
  • Air Pollution Studies at Carnegie Mellon University
  • GASP’s Brown Bag Lunch Series
  • Hybrid Buses in the Neighborhood
  • Make a Difference: Volunteer with GASP
  • Notecards for Sale
  • Drive Cleaner, Driver Greener 2006

Winter 2006

  • 2005 Year in Review
  • Curbing Diesel Pollution From Heavy Duty Equipment
  • Pennsylvania Takes a Leadership Role in Creating a State-Specific Mercury Control Rule
  • Campaign for Healthy Air 4 Allegheny County’s Air Quality in 2004
  • EPA Ignores Health When Proposing New Particulate Standards
  • Editorial: Keep it clean / A county pollution fund should be saved for health
  • GASP Speaks Out About the Clean Air Fund
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Fran Harkins
  • Notecards for Sale
  • The Art of Supporting GASP
  • Some Great Reading–For a Great Cause!
  • CODE RED! Broken Hearts in Pittsburgh: And This Time Cupid Can’t Help