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PM 2.5 Data: Soot, Dust, Smoke (Particulate Matter)

Current and historical measurements of PM 2.5 air pollution in Texas.

 

Air Quality Forecast and Ozone Action Day E-Mail Alerts
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Airborne Particulates
Table summarizing the measured high averages of fine particulates (particles 2.5 microns or less in size) and coarse particulates (particles 10 microns or less in size) from the air in Texas metropolitan areas.

Current PM-2.5 Levels - Soot, Dust, and Smoke in Your Metro Area
Map showing latest particulate matter (PM) 2.5 levels in metropolitan areas across Texas.

Hourly Air Pollution Data by Day, Month, or Year
Search for air quality data collected on a specific day, during a particular month, or a definite year and at a specific TCEQ air monitoring site.

TCEQ Data Clearinghouse

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See standard and customized data and reports available for purchase from the TCEQ and how to request them.

Toxicology

TCEQ Toxicology
Toxicology is used to help us make scientifically sound decisions when developing environmental regulation and policy.