Announcement regarding statewide outdoor air quality, wildfire smoke

Air quality in various locations statewide may begin to deteriorate due to wildfire smoke. WSU Campuses and Research and Extension Centers could be affected.

For general information go to the Environmental Health & Safety’s Wildfire Smoke page. This page provides information on the health effects of wildfire smoke, and links to various air quality websites including links to Washington Department of Ecology websites with updated air quality information and appropriate precautions.

If you have further questions please contact Environmental Health & Safety at 509-335-3041, your regional campus Environmental Health & Safety office or your local Health Department.

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