Quoting in part:
Spring is in the air in Moodyville. There’s also likely some diesel soot, coal dust and grain particulate.
Exactly how much of that stuff is in the air is now under study by Metro Vancouver’s mobile air monitoring unit, commonly referred to as MAMU. Metro Vancouver parked the vehicle loaded with air-sniffing instruments on East Second Street last week and is hoping to keep it parked for the next six months to study air quality before expansion projects at Neptune Terminals, Richardson International and Low Level Road are complete.