The Spare the Air Awards is the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control’s Bureau of Air Quality’s program that awards those that are working towards improving air quality in South Carolina. This award program recognizes environmental leaders such as schools, organizations, businesses, and individuals that are working on projects and initiatives to protect air quality in South Carolina.
Environmental leaders nominated should demonstrate continuous environmental improvement by:
Promoting a healthy environment through air quality initiatives that are sustainable and replicable,
Educating and promoting awareness that motivates others to make better decisions to protect and improve air quality,
Encouraging positive behavioral changes that protect and improve air quality, and
Strengthening and building partnerships for air quality that benefit the citizens of South Carolina.
The Spare the Air Awards provide a great opportunity for you to be recognized by the state of South Carolina for your work! You can either be nominated or self-nominate by completing and submitting the nomination form.
Nominations are due February 8, 2019.