The Ministry Of Environment and climate change released an air zone map and Hamilton falls into a Zone 3.
Zone 1 – Areas with limited pollution from either point or non-point sources or transboundary influence; where the air quality management activities are focused on maintaining good air quality.
Zone 2 – Areas under pressure from multiple sources including some or all of the following: non-point sources, smaller point sources, individual large industrial point sources, transboundary influences; where air quality management activities are focused on multiple broad-based initiatives targeting many sources.
Zone 3 – Areas with a concentration of large industrial source; where air quality management activities are focused on the abatement of local industrial emissions as well as non-industrial sources.
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