CHEYENNE – In the fall of 2018, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality’s Air Quality Division launched Open Air, which can be accessed at: Open Air provides the public with access to data, public records and other information about division-permitted facilities.

Open Air, which is part of the IMPACT data system, was designed to allow the Air Quality Division to expand services to industry and the public, improve data quality and accessibility, and offer increased transparency of information between the division, industry and the public.

To help the public navigate and obtain information from Open Air, the Air Quality Division will host an additional training session in Cheyenne. The training is designed to show the public how to navigate Open Air, search for facilities, and access permit, application, emission inventory, stack test and compliance report information. The session will be interactive, so participants are encouraged to bring electronic devices, like laptops or tablets.

The Open Air training will take place from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, at the Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave.

For more information, contact Adam Deppe, Open Air project manager, at or at 307-777-6088.

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