Standard-Examiner Editorial Board
May 1st, 2018
When it’s cold, you can see the air pollution in Northern Utah.
When it’s hot, you can’t. Not always, anyway.
But it’s still there — and it poses a threat to our health.
Seven counties along the Wasatch Front and in the Uinta Basin exceed federal limits for ozone pollution, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday.
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