1.Dissemination of warnings to media.
Whenever monitored data demonstrates or the department predicts that ground-level
ozone concentrations have exceeded or will exceed .08 parts per million averaged over
an 8-hour period, the department shall disseminate a health warning to the mass media,
including television, radio and print media, and shall urge the media to issue the
warning to the general public. The department shall use best efforts to educate the
media as to the need to broadly disseminate health warnings to the public.
1999, c. 79, §2 (AMD)
2.Telephone hot line.
The department shall provide information to the public on daily ground-level ozone
concentrations by a toll-free ozone information telephone hot line.
1995, c. 306, §3 (NEW)
1995, c. 306, §3 (NEW).
1999, c. 79, §2 (AMD).
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