Esterhazy Airpointer

Current Conditions

AQI Levels

good
1–25
fair
26–50
poor
51–100
very poor
>100

AQI

12

Good

No known harmful effects to soil, water, vegetation, animals, visibility or human health. The contributing factor to the Air Quality Index is Ozone.

AQI calculated at Esterhazy is approximate as the AQI calculation includes Carbon Monoxide, Sulphur Dioxide and Hydrogen Sulphide measurements; CO, SO2 and H2S are not measured at Esterhazy.

The table and charts contain raw data that has not passed through a processed baseline adjustment or validation. The data on this web site are not intended to provide medical or health care advice or should not be used in published documents. Data confirmed to be invalid will be deleted by SESAA.

Air Quality 24 hour summary

Nitric Oxide (NO)
0.3 ppb
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
1.8 ppb
Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)
2.1 ppb
Ground Level Ozone (O3)
23.9 ppb
Fine Particulate (PM2.5)
4.1 µg/m3

denotes factor contributing to AQI.

Weather

Temperature
2.6 °C
Wind
2.2 m/s from
147.6° SSE
Humidity
89.7 %
Air Pressure
952.8 kPa

Southeast Saskatchewan
Airshed Association

Clearing the air together

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.

Airshed MapAirshed Map Link

Air Monitoring ProgramsAir Monitoring Programs Link

Contact SESAAContact Link


What's New

SESAA Meetings

The next SESAA Board of Directors Meeting will be held on Monday December 12, 2016 at 1:00 PM. The meeting will be held at the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, 3rd Floor Board Room, 3211 Albert Street South, Regina. Everyone is welcome to attend.

2015 Annual Report

The 2015 Southeast Saskatchewan Airshed Association Annual Report is now available for download.

Newsletter

The May 2016 Quarterley E-Bulletin summarizes the past quarter and highlights some of upcoming events such as the SESAA Annual General Meeting.