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The Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Air Quality reminds Northern Utah residents that wood burning restrictions go into effect Nov. 1, 2020. Help improve our air quality and protect the health of your neighbors and loved ones by following the wood burning restrictions.Read More
To reduce the spread of COVID-19 and encourage the practice of social distancing to help “flatten the curve,” the scientists, engineers and staff of Utah’s Department of Environmental Quality are mostly working remotely. During this time, the department will conduct business as usual.Read More
The Utah Clean Diesel Program offers incentives for fleet owners to voluntarily reduce emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines. There are multiple funding opportunities available for eligible vehicles and equipment. Government and private fleet operators are encouraged to apply.Read More
Asbestos has been used since ancient times. In mid-century America, it was used in countless residential and industrial construction products. Learn more about the health risks and how to safely deal with asbestos on remodeling and demolition jobs.Read More
Last month, scientists from DEQ’s Division of Water Quality installed stormwater monitors around the future site of the Utah Inland Port. These monitors will provide the Utah Inland Port Authority and DEQ scientists with valuable data about potential stormwater-related pollution at the site.Read More