In addition to our environmental education efforts, Greenville County is proud of our air,
soil, and water quality efforts. For more information on these efforts, visit the following
Soil and Water
Environmental Education Brochure
The Greenville County Resident's Guide to Environmental Services
Soil and Water's "No Harm, No Foul" Facilities Recognition Program
"No Harm, No Foul" is a voluntary recognition program for automobile service, repair shops, and
dealerships in Greenville County to be recognized for environmentally-friendly automotive fluid
produce choices, disposal and recycling. Click here to read more.
Air Quality Lesson Plans
Listed below are lesson plans for Elementary and Middle School.
- Hazy Days - In this lesson, students will learn about haze – how it is formed, what impact it has on human health, and what can be done about it.
- Monitoring Air Pollution - In this lesson, students learn how scientists monitor air pollution.
- Ozone: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - In this first lesson of the Clean Air Campaign’s unit on Air Pollution and Earth Science, students will study ozone, one of the most significant pollutants in Georgia and a major component of smog.
- Weather and Ground-Level Ozone - In this lesson, students will query a Web-based data system to compare ground level ozone readings during different seasons and weather conditions, graph the results for three dates, and analyze the graphs to identify possible correlations.