On this page you'll find press releases, Web casts, and links to media related resources.
- Local Leaders Kick Off Clear the Air Challenge (KSL) (07/23/12)
Two mayors and one governor are joining forces in hopes of making a big difference when it comes to one of Utah's biggest problems: air pollution. See also: | Tribune | Fox | Flickr |
- Refinery Announces $25 Million Expansion to Cut Emissions (07/18/12)
- HollyFrontier Submits Plans to Reduce Air Emissions Through UCAIR (07/17/12)
HollyFronteir's Woods Cross Refinery unveils plans to add pollution control equipment.
- Holly Refinery Takes the UCAIR Pledge (07/17/12)
Voluntary implementation of controls will reduce sulfur emissions.
- Wildfires: Don't Let Them Smoke You Out (07/03/12)
DEQ Air Quality Reports and Visibility Index help gauge exposure.
- State Purchases Hybrids to Replace Part of its Fleet (07/02/12)
Driven by Governor Gary R. Herbert's Utah Clean Air Partnership, the State of Utah is replacing 73 of its fleet vehicles with fuel-efficient hybrids this year.
- Engine Idling (Tribune) (06/02/12)
- Chamber Supports Governor Herbert's Decision to Make State Fleet Idle Free (06/01/12)
The Salt Lake Chamber applauds the Governor for issuing the Automotive Idling Reduction executive order, requiring State fleet vehicles to shut down when idling.
- Governor Announces Idle Reduction Policy for the State Fleet (05/31/12)
In a move that could dramatically reduce tailpipe emissions from vehicles in the State fleet, Governor Gary Herbert declared today that all 7,300 state vehicles will be switched off after 30 seconds of idling. The Reduction of Automotive Idling Executive Order promotes better air quality by cutting the vehicle emissions currently released when an engine is idling. | | Press Release
- Governor Herbert Advocates Idle Reduction Efforts (05/31/12)
- Top Cities with the Most Energy Star Certified Buildings in 2011 (05/31/12)
UCAIR provides several ways to stay up to date with UCAIR announcements and new strategies for improving our air quality. Sign up now to stay in touch. (Please indicate "News Alert" in subject line for that service.)