Pollution Prevention Partnership (P3)

Community Outreach at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

 

The Pollution Prevention Partnership (P3) started in 1995 to address air quality issues in Corpus Christi, an ozone near-nonattainment area. The Pollution Prevention Partnership delivers a broad range of environmental assistance programs and services including environmental education, pollution prevention, and environmental compliance assistance to citizens, schools, businesses, industry, and governments throughout the Coastal Bend. 

Current Hourly Ozone Map Available Here

ozone action day tips 

Days when ozone is expected to be high:

  • Refuel cars and trucks after dusk.
  • Combine errands and reduce trips.
  • Limit engine idling.
  • Choose a cleaner commute—share a ride to work or use public transportation. Bicycle or walk to errands when possible.
  • Use household, workshop, and garden chemicals in ways that keep evaporation to a minimum, or try to delay using them when poor air quality is forecast.
  • Conserve electricity and set your air conditioner at a higher temperature.

Sign up for alerts:  http://www.enviroflash.info/

Learn More: on our Ozone Education Page

AutoCheck

AutoCheck Vehicle Emissions Program -  An innovative program to measure vehicle emissions and fix high emission problems.

CleanFleet

Clean Fleet emission testing is a free service for any Nueces or San Patricio county business' gasoline or propane fleet vehicles. Please visit our page for details.

Educational Presentations

What Can You Do? Community PowerPoint

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Powerpoint Show

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Acrobat PDF

P3 staff can speak to or conduct workshops for your community group, school or business. Give us call or email!

Phone: (361) 825-3070

Email: trent.thigpen@tamucc.edu