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The Hotline is GASP’s biannual newsletter.

Fall 2018

  • Health Department Tracks Down Source of “Rotten Egg” Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions
  • Funds for Air Quality Improvements Should Not Be Used to Renovate Office Space
  • ACHD Commits to Clear Permit Backlog After EPA Scrutiny
  • Pittsburgh Sinusitis Research Team Shows that Sinus Disease is Associated with Exposure to Fine Particulate Air Pollution
  • GASP in Action
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Dave Litton
  • GASP’s 50th Anniversary

Spring 2018

  • Backlog Permit Problem Remains in Southwestern PA
  • Become an Air Ambassador
  • On The Air: GASP’s Monthly Podcast
  • GASP as Legal Watchdog
  • Rallying for Clean Air
  • A Successful GASP-toberfest
  • Join Our 50th Anniversary Planning Committee
  • GASP’s Second Annual Summer Camp
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: Emily Persico
  • Join us for a Potluck Picnic in the Park

Fall 2017

  • No Idling! Young Lungs at Work
  • A Connection Made: Physical Activity, Asthma, and Air Pollution
  • Athletes United for Healthy Air
  • Smelly Hydrogen Sulfide has a Legal Limit but that Standard is Frequently Violated
  • McConway & Torley and ATI Brackenridge Still Do Not Have Operating Permits
  • GASP for Clean Air! Sources, Symptoms, and Solutions: An Air Quality Exhibit at Assemble
  • GASP’s First Air Quality Summer Camp a Success
  • Idling: Myth vs. Fact
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Harold Rickenbacker
  • GASP in Action: Bicycle Air Monitor Tour

Spring 2017

  •  Cuts to EPA Budget Will Significantly Impact Southwestern PA
  •  GASP’s 2016 Year in Review
  •  Pittsburgh Public School Buses Get Cleaner, But More Work Is Needed
  •  GASP Air Quality Camp
  •  Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: James Fabisiak
  •  Remembering Marilyn Skolnick
  •  Save the Date: Making the Connection and GASP-toberfest

Fall 2016

  • Almost One-Third of Major Sources of Air Pollution in Southwestern PA Do Not Have a Current Operating Permit
  • Will the City of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Public Schools Enforce Cleaner Diesel Rules?
  • GASP in Action (Part 1)
  • To Burn or Not to Burn
  • GASP at the Aviary Event
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Michelle Fanzo
  • GASP in Action (Part 2)
  • Smell PGH

Spring 2016

  • A Change in the Air After the Closure of the Shenango Coke Plant
  • Reducing Methane and Volatile Organic Compounds Through State and Federal Action
  • Why Are Diesel Cars Exempt from Emissions Testing in Pennsylvania?
  • Local Effort to Learn About Indoor Air Pollution in Homes
  • Air Pollution and Health: Now it’s the Brain Too!
  • GASP in Action: Ozone Gardens
  • The Legacy of Lead in Flint and Beyond
  • Save the Date: GASP Night at the Aviary

Fall 2015

  • GASP Reaches Settlement Agreement with DEP & Tenaska
  • Helping Local Schools Reduce Diesel Emissions
  • Educating the Community About Air Pollution
  • The 2015 Clean Air Dash Was Scary Fun
  • Thanks to our Clean Air Dash Sponsors!
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Abby Resnick
  • On This Date in Pittsburgh Pollution History
  • GASP Member Event with Pittsburgh Filmmakers

Spring 2015

  • Permits for Major Sources of Air Pollution in Southwest PA Now Easily Accessible
  • How One Company Affects Lawrenceville’s Air Quality
  • GASP Legal Update
  • The Fight for Clean Air Continues on Neville Island
  • Pittsburgh Air Quality Activists Meet with EPA Administrator
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Roger Day
  • Second Graders Encourage You to Support GASP
  • GASP Clean Air Dash

Fall 2014

  • Medical Professionals for Healthy Air
  • The First Step to Reducing Diesel Emissions…Turn Off the Engine!
  • School Flag Program–Reaching New Heights!
  • GASP Legal Update
  • GASP’s 2nd Annual Clean Air Dash
  • Almost Heaven, Appalachia
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: Jessica Tedrow

Spring 2014

  • Shenango and ACHD Enter into Consent Agreement after GASP Issues Notice of Intent to Sue
  • Saying Goodbye to Wellington Development’s Greene Energy Resource Recovery Project
  • You Can Read Books, But How About Reading Smoke?
  • Ten Regional School Flag Programs are Up, Up and Away!
  • From Grody to Green: GASP Competes in the Green Workplace Challenge
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: John Baillie
  • Save the Date: Clean Air Dash on October
  • GASP Board Ballot

Fall 2013

  • Tributes to GASP Founder Michele Madoff, 1928-2013
  • A Successful Clean Air Dash
  • GASP’s EPA School Flag Program Expands
  • GASP’s Recent Legal Actions Reduce Compressor Station Emissions
  • Air Monitoring Near Unconventional Shale Gas Operations in Southwest PA and West Virginia
  • The W&J College Center for Energy Policy and Management Encourages Sustainability
  • Clairton Students Get Clean Air Lessons
  • Think Twice Before Burning
  • Smokereader Urges Action for Shenango Coke
  • Clean Air Ideas: Submit Your Ideas!

Summer 2013

  • GASP Launches School Flag Program in Regent Square
  • Pittsburgh Air Is Improving, But We Still Have Work to Do
  • GASP Settles Appeal of Buffalo Compressor Station Air Permit
  • Dr. C. Arden Pope: A Driving Force in Regulating Air Pollution
  • Mobile Monitoring Part 3: Variability in Air Pollution in Allegheny County
  • The Air We Breathe: A Regional Summit on Asthma and Other Health Impacts of Air Pollution
  • The Choice Is Yours: Choose Green Energy
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • GASP in Action
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: Karrie Kressler
  • Clean Air Dash and Festival

Winter 2013

  • Air Toxics Guidelines Updated in Allegheny County
  • Poetry Review: Once I Was Told the Air Was Not for Breathing
  • GASP’s Annual Event Features Bike Air Monitor, Mobile Air Quality Lab and More
  • Mobile Monitoring Part 2: Marcellus Shale Drilling and Your Air
  • Winners of the Green Workplace Challenge Tell All
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: Sam Thomas
  • Delay in Clean Construction Law Continues
  • GASP 5K in the Works

Fall 2012

  • Cyclists and Smartphone Users Gather Air Quality Data
  • Ongoing Environmental Violations at Shenango
  • GASP Encourages Pollution Controls on Aging Compressor Stations to Reduce Emissions by 95%
  • Changed Landscape: Well Sites and Compressor Stations Associated with the Shale Gas Boom
  • What’s the Air Like in Your Neighborhood?  CMU’s Mobile Lab Investigates
  • Pittsburgh 2030 District
  • Schenley Park: Our Backyard Playground
  • Will Algae Oil Save Us?

Summer 2012

  • PNC Announces New Policy for Reducing Diesel Emissions
  • GASP Rallies Public to Comment on Frazer Twp. Compressor Station Permit
  • Stealth Jargon: The confusion of technical terms with their common sense lookalikes
  • DTE Shenango Update
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Laurie Anderson
  • Athletes United News
  • Hot Diggity Downward-Facing Dog
  • Join Us for GASP’s Open House
  • Having a Bad Air Day?

Spring 2012

  • Allegheny County’s First Marcellus Compressor Station Comes to Frazer Township
  • Can You Help Us Not Keep a Secret?
  • DTE Shenango Update
  • Climate Change and Global Warming
  • How Plants Can Affect Indoor Air Quality
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • Sandra Steingraber to speak at Washington & Jefferson College
  • Spotlight on a GASP Intern: Christine Rigby
  • Green Events

Winter 2012

  • 2011: GASP’s Year in Review
  • Volunteer Smokereaders Track Shenango Pollution
  • Lichens Monitor the Air
  • We Had a Ball at GASP’s Annual Event
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • Library Collection Honors Memory of Jacqueline Gerjuoy
  • Spotlight on a GASP Staff Member: Lauren Burge

Fall 2011

  • Proposed Marcellus Regulations
  • Are Environmental Regulations Actually Bad for the Economy?
  • PennEnvironment Releases Ozone Report with GASP’s Athletes United Members
  • Expanding Pipelines and the Right of Eminent Domain
  • Cleaner Backhoes, Dump Trucks, and Cranes on Tap for City Construction Projects
  • Board of Health Approves Diesel Emissions Monitoring Project for Downtown Pittsburgh
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • Spotlight on a GASP Board Member: Thalia Gray
  • GASP Visits Phipps Amidst the Garlic and Tomatoes
  • Have a Ball with GASP on October 21

Summer 2011

  • UPMC Initiates Clean Construction Policy
  • Physical Activity and Temporal trends in Air Quality
  • Lester Lave, 1939-2011
  • Greening Your Bookshelf: Diary of an Eco-Outlaw and The Polluters
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Greg DiMedio
  • Save the Date: Have a Ball with GASP on October 21, 2011

Spring 2011

  • PA DEP’s Marcellus Air Monitoring Studies
  • Introducing Athletes United for Healthy Air
  • The Radioactivity Threat from Marcellus Shale Fracking (links to referenced articles: “Radioactivity: A Description of Its Nature” and “Radioactivity in Marcellus Shale”)
  • Letter to Editor: People don’t willingly breathe polluted air
  • GASP in Action
  • The Clairton Saga and the Limits of Local Control
  • Whoosh!  GASP Breezes into Children’s Museum
  • Upcoming Events
  • Spotlight on a GASP Intern: Lara Nagle
  • New GASP Website

Winter 2011

  • Monitoring in the Marcellus Region
  • The Conference on Shale Gas Health Effects
  • GASP Challenges Chesapeake Energy Marcellus Shale Permits
  • GASP in the News in 2010
  • Soot: Now It’s Diabetes Too!
  • Recent Letters to the Editor from GASPers
  • What Did GASP Do in 2010?
  • The GASP Films of the 1970s
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • A Successful GASPtoberfest

Fall 2010

  • GASP Asks EPA to Strengthen Clean Air Transport Rule to Protect Southwestern Pennsylvania
  • Marcellus Shale: A Threat to Our Air
  • In the Marcellus Drilling Fields
  • Pitt GSPH Panel Discussion on Marcellus Shale
  • Board of Health approves a Clean Air Fund Expenditure Request to Cut Diesel Emissions from Construction Vehicles
  • Smoke School
  • Region’s Tugboats Get a Little Greener
  • Kids Passionate about Clean Air
  • Peddle-Paddle-Peduto: Ohio River Kayaking Tour on October 2
  • Of Costumes and Cookies
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • GASPtoberfest: GASP’s Fall Fundraiser on Saturday, October 16

Summer 2010

  • The American Lung Association State of the Air Report: Pittsburgh 3rd Worst in Nation for Short-Term Particle Pollution
  • Behind the Veil of Fragrance
  • CMU’s President Cohon Speaks about the Hidden Costs of Energy
  • RRI Cheswick Power Plant Update
  • Clean Construction Legislation Introduced for Pittsburgh Projects
  • Getting in the Door at the Variance Board
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • New Pediatric Environmental Medicine Center Addresses Childhood Asthma
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Zelda Curtiss
  • Fall for GASP

Spring 2010

  • GASP Efforts Lead to Emission and Opacity Limits at Steel Plant
  • Don’t Be Fuelish, Idling Makes No Cents! PA’s New Diesel Idling Law
  • Updates on GASP Campaigns
  • Marcellus Shale: Drilling Towards Financial Windfall or Environmental Heartbreak
  • GASP and National Politics
  • Earth Day 1970: 40 Years of Environmental Activism
  • Hays Woods Update
  • Greening Your Bookshelf
  • My Time Interning at GASP
  • Kudos to Two GASP Advisory Board Members
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Julie Burgo
  • Save the Date
  • Before You Flip That Switch: The Hidden Costs of Energy

Winter 2010

  • Air Quality Task Force Recommendations
  • Media Matters
  • Enforcement of Visible Emissions
  • GASP Weighs in on Clairton Particle Pollution
  • Reducing Diesel Emissions in the ‘Burgh
  • 40 Years of Environmental Accomplishments
  • Education and Advocacy in 2009
  • GASP Celebrates 40 Years and 40 Environmental Heroes
  • National Eco-Adventure Film Begins and Ends in Pittsburgh!
  • GASP’s Progressive Roots
  • Pittsburgh’s Green Buildings
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Jamin Bogi
  • Seeking GASP Board Nominees

Fall 2009

  • GASP’s 40th Anniversary will Honor 40 Environmental Heroes
  • $3.49 Million Recovery Act Funds to Help Cut Diesel Pollution in Pittsburgh
  • The Public Hearings of the Fall of 1969
  • Clarifying Clairton: Addressing Common Questions About Upgrades at the Clairton Coke Works
  • Board of Health Tables the Air Toxics Guidelines
  • GASPer Air Monitor is Back
  • That All-Too-Familiar Odor: Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Become a Smoke Reader
  • News from the Environmental Protection Agency
  • Green Eye Opens to Rave Reviews
  • Three Rivers Bioneers
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Ted Popovich
  • Tribute to Gerald H. F. Gardner, 1926-2009
  • Congratulations to Rachel Filippini

Summer 2009

  • Local Physicians Help Pittsburghers “Make The Connection” Between Air Pollution and Health
  • Healthy School Bus Campaign Wins Strong Protections for Kids’ Health
  • State of the Air and PG Letter to the Editor
  • 2009 GASPer Air Congress
  • GASP Provides Comment on PADEP Proposed Guidance for Coal Ash Disposal in Mines
  • What’s a Citizen Environmentalist?
  • Stream Buffer Rule Key to Victory for Hays Woods
  • Green Eye on Western Pennsylvania: GASP’s Juried Photography Exhibit
  • GASP is Seeking 40 Environmental Heroes

Spring 2009

  • Healthier Buses for Pittsburgh Public Schools
  • Board of Health Attempts to Limit Role of Air Quality Advisory Committee
  • Federal Regulation of Coal Ash is on Its Way
  • Findlay Township Residents Concerned About Landfill Gas Emissions
  • A Personal Excursion Through Schenley Park
  • GASP is Seeking Environmental Heroes
  • The Black and Gold City Goes Green
  • PA DEP Adopts GASP Recommendations on Use of Gypsum Wallboard in Agricultural Soil
  • A Green Eye on Western Pennsylvania: GASP’s Juried Photography Exhibit
  • Spotlight on GASP Staff: Sue Seppi
  • Air, Heart, and Lungs: Making the Connection

Winter 2009

  • PA Diesel Idling Act Signed into Law
  • Money Available to Retrofit School Buses in Allegheny Co.
  • Asbestos and Large-Scale Residential Demolitions
  • Diesel Particulates Dominate Air Toxics Cancer Risk
  • Mullins Environmental Advocacy Competition
  • GASP Recognized for Civic Leadership
  • Could you be smoking out your neighbors?
  • Decline or Extinction: How PA is Changing the World
  • Donora Plus 60
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Peri Unligil
  • Pesticides–Best Food Choices
  • Become a Trained Smoke Reader
  • Nominate YOUR Environmental Hero

Fall 2008

  • Reducing Diesel Pollution in Clairton
  • Diesel Campaign Reaches Into the Community
  • Women in Action: We are Working Hard to Make Our Communities Healthier (by Teresa Heinz)
  • 2008 Good Government Awards
  • Grassroots Outreach in 2008
  • Do You Have Historical Photos of GASP in Action?
  • Spotlight on GASP Staff: Joe Osbourne
  • Bring the GASPer to Your Class
  • GASP & Good Friends
  • GASP Online

Summer 2008

  • Pittsburgh #1 Worst Air Ranking Shows Need for Action
  • Ten City Waste Haulers Go Green
  • Allegheny County Air Quality Program Remains Local
  • GASP Explores the Burning Issue of Waste Coal
  • Behind the Rhetoric: Clean Coal Technology
  • GASP Has a New GASPer Air Monitor
  • DCDG Features ZAP Cars and Smart Cars
  • Transportation Update
  • Get Involved: Join GASP’s Pollution Patrol Team
  • Environmental Charter School Now Enrolling
  • Roger Westman Honored
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: David Eibling
  • Save the Date for GASP’s Fall Party

Spring 2008

  • GASP Calls on the County Executive and Board of Health to Support and Strengthen the Local Air Quality Program
  • GASP Files Suit Against Greene County Waste Coal Power Plant
  • Air Pollution from a Coke Plant: a Billion Dollar Problem
  • Heart Health & Air Quality: What’s the Connection?
  • Energy: Lots of Players, Lots of Plans, But Is There a Clear Goal?
  • Mercury and Reproductive Health, Part III
  • Wood Smoke is a Severe Health Hazard: If You Can Smell It, You are Being Exposed
  • Spotlight on GASP Staff: Michael Parker
  • Support an Environmental Project by Fishing

Winter 2008

  • Allegheny County Air Quality Program at Risk!
  • Watchdog, Educator, Litigator and Policy-maker: The many faces of GASP in 2007
  • Environmental Quality Board Proposes Statewide Diesel Idling Regulation
  • Third Community Meeting Held in McKeesport with CSX Railroad
  • Coal and Our Future
  • Old School… New School… Green School
  • The Growing Scourge of Mercury Pollution, Part II
  • Good Friends of GASP Gather for a Celebration
  • Spotlight on GASP Staff: Lee Szymkiewicz
  • GASP Tours a Cutting Edge Renewable Energy Project

Fall 2007

  • It isn’t just getting into your lungs: The link between fine particulates and cardiovascular disease
  • Small Particles, Nanotechnology and Safety
  • GASP Goes Grassroots
  • Diesel Campaign Update
  • The Growing Scourge of Mercury Pollution
  • GASP at the Three Rivers Arts Festival
  • Education Corner: GASPer Air Monitor, Teacher Workshops, Switchgrass Farm Tour
  • Predictable Funding: Myth or Reality?
  • Cleaner, Greener Transportation in Pittsburgh
  • GASP’s Annual Fall Event

Summer 2007

  • Most livable city – least breathable ?
  • Allegheny County’s Draft Air Toxics Guideline
  • GASP in the Courts
  • Improving Indoor Air Quality
  • Drive Cleaner Drive Greener
  • Global Warming: We Are the Cause, We Are the Solution
  • The Problem with Carbon Dioxide
  • McKeesport and the CSX Rail Yard
  • Spotlight on the GASP Staff: Rachel Filippini

Spring 2007

  • Commuters Exposed to Air Pollution
  • EPA Proposes Cleaning Up Locomotive and Marine Diesel Engines
  • Effects of Air Pollution on Blood Pressure
  • Childhood Asthma
  • Hays Woods Update: Legal Maneuvers
  • Are We Being Taken for a Ride? PAT’s Route Cuts
  • GASP’s Spring 2007 Teacher Workshops
  • GASP’s Particulate Monitor in Action
  • Spotlight on the GASP Staff: Bridget Yupcavage
  • Drive Cleaner Drive Greener 2007: Promoting Fuel Efficient, Clean Vehicles
  • Help Wanted

Winter 2007

  • Year in Review: Highlights from 2006
  • Introduction of Cleaner-Burning Diesel Fuel Facilitates the Use of Advanced Pollution Controls for On-Road Diesel Vehicles
  • Updates on the PA Clean Vehicles Program and PA Mercury Rule
  • GASP Legal Update
  • Update: Reliant Cheswick Power Station
  • GASP at the Gallery: Fine Art, Food, Folks, and Fun
  • Hays Woods Update: Kudos to the DEP
  • Mon/Fayette Toll Road: Is the End Near?
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Janis Johnson
  • Sign Up for Free E-mail Air Pollution Alerts
  • Port Authority Bus Service Slashed

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

Fall 2005

  • Update: Shenango, Inc. and the Law
  • GASP Gears Up for Fall Event: “Transportation Solutions”
  • GASP Legal Update
  • Citizens Will Play Critical Role in Enforcing New Idling Regulation
  • The Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program
  • GASP President Responds to Inaccurate News Article
  • Brewin’ Biodiesel
  • Artist Gifts GASP with Powerful Environmental Image
  • Interest Fuels Youth
  • Long Live Wine
  • Join GASP Today

Summer 2005

  • Shenango’s Pollution Problems
  • Adopt a School Bus with GASP: Providing a Cleaner Ride for Allegheny County Students
  • GASP Appeals Two DEP Actions
  • GASP Events Showcase Hybrid Cars
  • A Breath of Fresh Air: How a Mother of Six Is Fighting a Power Plant
  • 2005 GASPer Air Congress
  • 2005 Award Recipients of the William W. Mullins Environmental Advocacy Competition
  • Status of Permit Application for Hays Woods
  • The Forest in the City
  • Generation Y: Changing the World
  • Air Quality and YOU Teacher Workshop
  • Save the Date for GASP’s Fall Benefit
  • Corporate Environmental Responsibility Event
  • Join GASP Today

Spring 2005

  • GASP’s Diesel Campaign Continues
  • Breathe Easy. Stop Idling. We Can All Play a Part
  • E-mail Air Pollution Alerts
  • EPA Signs Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) Into Law; Clear Skies Dies In Committee
  • When Can I Fill ‘er Up–With Hydrogen?
  • What America’s High School Students Think About Their Freedoms
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Maren Cooke
  • Join GASP Today
  • Drive Cleaner Drive Greener 2005

Winter 2005

  • 2004 Year in Review
  • Progress Continues on Anti-Idling Front
  • Soot Designations: An Opportunity to Clean Up Our Air
  • Electricty from Waste Coal
  • GASP Annual Benefit Gazes into the Future
  • Event Survey
  • Health Impacts of Transportation Planning Policies
  • Traffic Pollution and School Students’ Health
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Karen Grzywinski
  • Join GASP Today
  • Idling Violation Notice

Fall 2004

  • Spotlight on GASP Founder: Michelle Madoff
  • For 35 Years GASP Plays Prominent Role in Region’s Fight for Cleaner Air
  • GASP’s Key Accomplishments in 35 Years
  • Smart Cookie Jeannette Widom to Join in 35th Anniversary Celebration
  • GASP 35th Anniversary Event
  • U.S. Senate Candidate Forum
  • Closer Scrutiny Required
  • Every Vote Counts
  • School Bus Idling Comes To a Halt!
  • Hays Woods Website
  • HOLT Seeks to Acquire Land in Western Allegheny County
  • GASP’s Moving Wish List
  • GASP Job Opening

Summer 2004

  • Breathing Easier in the ‘Burgh: GASP Settlement Agreement
  • Winds of Change Blow Through GASP
  • Diesel Anti-Idling Ordinance
  • Speaking Out Against Mercury Pollution
  • GASP Introduces the Public to “Green” Cars
  • Presentation of Environmental Advocacy Award at 2004 GASPer Air Congress
  • Hays Woods Update
  • Four New Board Members Join ACHD
  • Haiku: Nature-Based Poetry
  • GASP’s Moving Wish List
  • GASP Job Opening
  • Spotlight on a Board Member: Marla Ferrency

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