February 14, 2019
We know air quality is an issue, especially when we awaken to a skyline of smog. It’s definitely a problem which has caught the eye of many Utah organizations. On Feb. 11, the University of Utah Hinckley Institute sponsored a public meeting with several of these groups to discuss the pollution problem. Called Inverting the Inversion: Addressing Utah’s Air Quality, representatives from University of Utah’s department of Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS), UCAIR and HEAL Utah answered several burning questions, and even addressed Gov. Gary Herbert’s $100 million air quality budget proposal.