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EPA monitors air quality in Moe, Churchill, Morwell and Traralgon. The air quality information collected at these sites is shown on EPA AirWatch.
EPA is committed to improving air quality in the Latrobe Valley. To do this, we want the community to help us improve the way we measure and communicate information from our air monitoring network.
A community panel is developing a new model for the Latrobe Valley air monitoring network. Visit Latrobe Valley air monitoring co-design for more information.
To find out more about air quality and air monitoring in the Latrobe Valley, see the sections below.
Air quality in the Latrobe Valley
For up-to-date air quality information in the Latrobe Valley, visit EPA AirWatch. Learn more about EPA AirWatch by reading our factsheet (publication 1629).
How EPA monitors the air
Watch a video (YouTube) to learn what happens inside one of EPA’s air monitoring stations, or read more (publication 1631) about the different ways we monitor the air.
Frequently asked questions from the Latrobe Valley community
Learn more about air quality in the Latrobe Valley by reading our answers (publication 1623) to some of the community’s most frequently asked questions about air quality, air pollution and monitoring in the Latrobe Valley.
Find out about EPA’s citizen science programs in the Latrobe Valley.
Hazelwood recovery effort
Visit our Hazelwood recovery effort pages to view or download air, water and soil monitoring data collected by EPA in the Morwell region during and after the Hazelwood mine fire.
The Latrobe Valley Air Monitoring Network
The Latrobe Valley Air Monitoring Network (LVAMN) is an independent association funded by local industry. It operates two air monitoring stations: one in Jeeralang Hill and another at Rosedale South. LVAMN publishes monthly graphs of its air quality information on its website.