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What does SCAQMD stand for?

SCAQMD stands for Southern California Air Quality Management District


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Leiga, president, San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments Harry Baldwin, vice president, SGVCOG, City of San Gabriel, charging site sponsor Patricia Wallach, mayor, City of El Monte, charging site sponsor Jeff Church, EV owner/operator, EV Club of Southern California Enid Joffee, Edison Electric Vehicles Neil Soto, Southern California Air Quality Management District Ed Kjaer, director of Electric Transportation, Southern California Edison DETAILS & OTHER FACTS The charging stations have been strategically placed in high visibility areas to create a strong base for expanding the EV infrastructure network throughout California.
John Longville, mayor of the city of Rialto (CA) and chairman of the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee, said, "I am proud to witness this historic partnership between the Southern California Air Quality Management District, local government and General Motors, which has brought about a technological and marketing breakthrough.
In response to California's electric energy crisis and soaring power costs, Veolia Water acquired two microturbine generators through a grant program from the Southern California Air Quality Management District and funded their installation at Palm Springs' wastewater treatment plant, which Veolia Water has been operating for the city since 1999.
``The pollution in Los Angeles has been associated with all kinds of respiratory diseases, including asthma, bronchitis and retarding development in the lungs for people who have grown up here,'' said Bill Kelly, spokesman for the Southern California Air Quality Management District.
The Southern California Air Quality Management District should adopt a remote sensing program as an alternative to Transportation Control Rules and Average Vehicles Ridership Rules, and press for acceptance enactment into law and implementation as a practical method of reducing emissions and improving air quality.
Ralph Appy, Port of Los Angeles Director of Environmental Management David Mathewson, Port of Los Angeles Director of Planning and Environmental Affairs Additional appointments are expected, including a representative from the Southern California Air Quality Management District.