• By Environmental Assistance and Protection
  • Posted Sunday, February 6, 2022

Sunday, February 6th Air Quality Update

The Forsyth County Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection (FCEAP) continues to monitor conditions at the site of the recent fire at the fertilizer facility located in the 4400 block of North Cherry Street in northern Winston-Salem. With remaining hot spots being few in number and small in size, smoke emissions are now very low. In the absence of any flare ups, offsite impacts to air quality in nearby areas are expected to be remain very low to nonexistent while continuing to decline. Enhanced air monitoring immediately around the site and in nearby areas will continue for as long as needed. FCEAP will provide updates, as needed, until local impacts to air quality completely subside.

To see the daily air quality forecast, updated by 3:30pm each day by the Forsyth County Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection, you may visit our website linked here: Triad Air Quality

For the most current air quality information available, please visit www.AirNow.gov and enter your zip code. FCEAP’s local air pollution monitoring network feeds data directly to AirNow. 24/7.

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