Salt Lake County, the Utah Office of Energy Development and UCAIR unveiled one of three new charging stations last week. With the help of UCAIR’s grant program, two additional stations will be available to the public in the near future.
This last week we learned a lot from Utah students on how we can better teach others about idling. You can too at “Students who Care About Air“
Grants for Small Businesses
UCAIR, the Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Workforce Services are providing grants for small businesses through the new “Air Assist” program. Applications are now being accepted from small businesses. Apply now.
Utah Air Quality App
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Winter inversion season is upon us. There are many simple actions you, your family and your co-workers can take to help improve air quality.
Click here to download a tip sheet.
UCAIR is proud to announce the beginning of its Grants Program. The program goal is to provide incentives to the private sector,
government entities and individuals to reduce emissions. Apply today.
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- September 2019 UCAIR Partner Meeting
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- UCAIR Board Elects New Executive Chair and Committee to Lead Clean Air Pursuit
- August 2019 Partners Meeting
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- Everything You Need to Know About Summer Ozone in Utah
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- ShowUCAIR Water Heater Rebate Program
- June 2019 Partners Meeting