2022 Second Quarter Air Quality Monitoring Results Released

Fort Air Partnership

Fort Air Partnership (FAP), the organization that monitors the air local residents breathe, released 2022 second quarter Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) results today. The Government of Alberta calculates the AQHI using data collected at seven of FAP’s air monitoring stations.

Results show that AQHI in the Airshed was of low risk to health at least 98% of the time for April, May, and June. There were zero hours of high or very high AQHI rating for the calendar quarter. Risk to health increases as the index level rises.

2022 Second Quarter AQHI Table

In comparing the 2022 second-quarter results to the 2021 second-quarter results, there were fewer moderate risk level hours in 2022 than in 2021 (102 in 2022 compared to 153 in 2021). There was only one hour of high AQHI rating for the second quarter in 2021 compared to zero in 2022.

2022 First Quarter AQHI Table

The forecasted and daily Alberta Health Quality Index for the Fort Air Partnership Airshed can be found at fortair.org. The website also has a live data feed for a variety of substances that FAP measures, as well as weekly, quarterly and annual.


Media inquiries

Nadine Blaney, Executive Director
Cell: (780) 289-6631
E-mail: Nadine.blaney@fortairmail.org