The next SESAA Board of Directors Meeting will be held on Tuesday June 4, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. to be held at the Microtel Hotel, 88 Grace Street, Weyburn, SK. Lunch will be provided.
SESAA is the Southeast Saskatchewan Airshed Association, incorporated in October 2005. We are a non-profit organization of public, industry, government, and non-government members. Our goal is to collect credible, scientifically defensible air quality data for the southeast Saskatchewan region, and to make this data freely available to all stakeholders. Our objective is to bring together stakeholders from all backgrounds to identify local air quality issues and to develop innovative solutions for managing these issues. Diverse stakeholder representation recognizes concerns specific to the region, and encourages solutions that are tailored to address local needs.
The southeast Saskatchewan airshed encompasses an area of approximately 36,800 square kilometers. Our boundaries were established based on common history, meteorology, and funding considerations. Key economic activities in our region include agriculture, oil and gas, power generation, mining, and transportation.
What is an airshed?
An airshed is a geographic region that shares the same air quality characteristics. The airshed boundaries may be established considering topographic features, meteorology, economic activities, pollution sources, political boundaries, and common air quality issues.
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