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Air Pollution Control
Advisory Council (APCAC)

The Air Pollution Control Advisory Council (APCAC) is a statutorily required and Governor-appointed council which acts in an advisory capacity to the Department of Environmental Quality on matters relating to air pollution. The APCAC consists of ten members representing labor, agriculture, the manufacturing industry, the fuel industry, a practicing physician, a practicing veterinarian, a registered professional chemical or environmental engineer, a meteorologist, a conservationist, and an urban planning consultant.

Staff Contact
Eric Merchant
Air Resources Mgmt. Bureau
(406) 444-1457