New York City Fine Particulate Emissions Study


Synapse and researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health investigated the sources of fine particulate (i.e., PM2.5) emissions, both stationary and mobile, that affect New York City, and the impact of these PM2.5 emissions on air quality and health.  The study also examined the potential control and mitigation measures that could be taken to reduce or offset PM2.5 emissions from all sources.

Completed August 2003