News: What you need to know about the effort to clear the air in Utah

Amy Joi O’Donoghue
Deseret News
February 1, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — The state’s main air quality monitoring center is housed in a warehouse at a West Valley strip mall, across the way from a truck stop where big rigs come and go all day.

The facility does not meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards, and its location means state employees are using up valuable time by driving from their Salt Lake headquarters to analyze data, and adding to the Salt Lake Valley’s air pollution problems. …

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