See About Us in the top menu for more information on Metro 4 and SESARM, the nonprofit organizations serving 17 local and 10 state air pollution control agencies in the Southeast. While this web site is designed primarily to serve the needs of the member agencies, we may occasionally offer certain information on our site for general public use as well. Thank you for visiting.


New Job Postings

September 19, 2022. The Orange County Florida Environmental Protectin Division has two openings in its Ambient Air Monitoring program in Orlando, FL. Additional details are available on our job posting page at https://www.metro4-sesarm.org/content/job-postings.

September 16, 2022. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division is hiring a photochemical modeler and a permit modeler in Atlanta, GA. Additional details are available on our job posting page at https://www.metro4-sesarm.org/content/job-postings.

Metro 4/SESARM - New Contact Information

May 19, 2022. PLEASE NOTE that office and staff contacts changed effective May 1, 2022.  Please see the "Contact Info" link above for updated staff, phone, e-mail, and mailing information.


Metro 4 and SESARM Announce Hiring of New Executive Director

March 17, 2022. Metro 4, Inc. and Southeastern States Air Resource Managers, Inc. are pleased to announce that Greg DeAngelo, P.E., PMP has been hired as the next Executive Director of Metro 4/SESARM. He will  officially become the Executive Director on May 1, 2022.

Greg has almost 30 years of technical, project management, and senior leadership experience in air and water quality, most recently with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). His air quality experience with DEP, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality, and air quality consultants spanned the areas of compliance and enforcement, permitting, and state and federal regulation development. Greg has served as the Deputy Director of the Division of Environmental Assessment and Restoration since May 2013 and was appointed Director in February 2022. 

"I am excited to be returning to the field of air quality," said Greg, "and it is an honor to be selected as the next Executive Director. I'm looking forward to serving the Air Directors of Metro 4/SESARM, reconnecting with old friends, and meeting new colleagues across the southeast."

Greg is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer and Project Management Professional. Greg was born in North Carolina but has lived in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife, Beth, and teenage son, Pearce, since 2001.

Karen Hays, Mike Dowd, Brian Rivera, and Leslie Rhodes, Co-chairs of the Metro 4/SESARM Executive Director Search Committee, stated, "While we did not expect to be called to this task so soon, we had the good fortune of an excellent candidate pool and are excited to welcome Greg to the Metro 4/SESARM family."


VISTAS II Regional Haze Technical Project 

Please click on the "Technical Center" tab and then on "Regional Haze (VISTAS)" to review technical information for the Southeastern regional haze project for the second planning period.