SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (March 16, 2018) – The 2018 Clear the Air Challenge has wrapped up and the first winter-time Challenge was a huge success. The Salt Lake Chamber, along with its partners TravelWise and UCAIR, are excited to release the final results of the 2018 Clear the Air … Read More
The ShowUCAIR Wood Stove Exchange program is still offering $1,000 discount program for residents of Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Eastern Tooele and Utah Counties.
The voluntary program is an easy way for wood-burning stove owners to improve the air quality along the Wasatch Front. Burning wood emits harmful pollution and partially … Read More
UCAIR, local business leaders, lawmakers and citizens celebrated Utah’s progress in improving air quality last week at the Third UCAIR Annual Summit.
The evening opened with Executive Director Thom Carter introducing Gov. Gary Herbert to discuss air quality in Utah. According to Gov. Herbert, Utah has reduced its emissions statewide by … Read More
One way that you can improve Utah’s air quality is through making smart energy choices for your home. Whether you’re looking to replace appliances or make small changes in reducing emissions, there are multiple ways that you can show UCAIR about Utah’s air.
Change your furnace filters regularly
By changing the filter … Read More
While it doesn’t always look like it outside, inversion season is in full swing this winter. We’ve already experienced multiple “red” air quality days in the Salt Lake Valley and can expect to see more as winter continues. However, making small changes to your current lifestyle can yield tremendous results … Read More
- 2018 Clear the Air Challenge Winners Announced
- ShowUCAIR Wood Stove Exchange Program
- Third UCAIR Annual Summit
- Smart Energy Choices for Your Home
- Five Little Ways to Show UCAIR About Utah’s Air
- Real Stories
- What Is a Smog Rating?
- What Is an Inversion?
- What Is a Cold Start?
- Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) Board Names New Executive Director