Fine particulates are one of the six primary pollutants in the US regulated by the EPA, with concerns surrounding particulate matter less than 2.5 and 10 microns in diameter (i.e. PM2.5 and PM10). 24-hour mass concentration averages for these two size ranges may not exceed 35 and 150 μg/m3. Sampling in Tunkhannock, PA was conducted at six sites during the winter and spring of 2015. Mass concentrations at both size levels rarely surpassed regulations, with only 6 records of exceeded concentrations over the roughly five month long collection of data, indicating clean air around the village before construction of the transfer station. Furthermore, there appeared to be no difference in baseline aerosol concentrations between winter and spring. This data will then be compared to air quality data collected during and after construction of the station in order to assess whether future regulations may be needed for other sites around the country.