Greenville, S.C.— Ten at the Top (TATT), in recognition of National Air Quality Awareness Week (April 29 – May 3), is hosting the 2019 convening of the Upstate Air Quality Advisory Committee on Wednesday, May 1. This meeting is open to anyone interested in air quality efforts in the Upstate.
Ensuring that the Upstate region remains within attainment levels for the EPA Clean Air Act standards is critical to both the public health and economic viability of the region. During the Upstate Air Quality Advisory Committee Meeting, attendees will hear a presentation from South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) representatives. The presentation will include an update on air quality readings from ozone monitors located in the Upstate. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about several sustainability initiatives happening around the region.
- Halle Price, Environmental Engineer, BMW
- Neil Semcheski, Rideshare Sr. Sales Executive, Enterprise Holdings
- Joelle Teachey, Executive Director, TreesUpstate
About Ten at the Top
Comprised of public, private and civic leaders from across the ten-county Upstate South Carolina Region, Ten at the Top was created to connect and encourage regional collaboration through data-driven research and regular convening of leaders and citizens to address key issues facing the region. Ten at the Top works with regional partners to foster collaboration and strategic planning to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life for Upstate residents both today and as the region continues to grow. For more information, visit www.tenatthetop.org.