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Utah Summer Commuter Biking Guide

The birds are chirping, the grass is green and it is summer in Utah. With the days of winter inversion behind us for the year, we still need to take action to decrease summer ozone. One significant way to keep Utah’s air clean during the summer is to leave … Read More

Top 5 Reasons to Switch to Electric Yard Tools

Warmer weather is once again upon us here in Utah, and along with it comes another season of fun in the sun, adventure-filled activities and…yard work.
You may not have considered it before, but there are actually some great ways to keep our air healthy while keeping your yard looking … Read More

Ceremonial Clean Air Bill Signing with Governor Herbert

On May 16, 2017 Governor Herbert ceremonially signed 9 clean air bills. In attendance were former UCAIR Executive Director Ted Wilson, clean air leaders from the legislature, businesses, nonprofit organizations and students from Ensign Elementary School. The bills signed included:

HCR 5 Clean Fuel School Busses (Handy/Adams)
HCR 8 Volkswagen Settlement Provisions … Read More

Inversion Season Might Be Over, But Don’t Lose Good Habits

As the winter season ends and inversion season passes, we need to maintain good habits to keep Utah’s air clean all year long. Although it is true that winter is the worst season for inversion in our state, it doesn’t necessarily mean that spring and summer are pollution free. … Read More

UCAIR Grant Spotlight: Provo’s Clean Air Toolkit

In 2014, UCAIR awarded Provo a grant to help the city develop a “Clean Air Toolkit“. The purpose of this toolkit was to provide Provo residents, businesses and city leaders a centralized resource with information about what they could do help achieve the goal of clean air. In collaboration with Read More

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