The Utah Air Quality Board enact rules pertaining to Air Quality activities and develops State Implementation Plans to attain and maintain National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Because of this statutory authority, the Board is the primary air quality policy maker for the State of Utah. DAQ staff support the Board in this responsibility.
Utah Air Quality Board members must be knowledgeable of air pollution matters and represent specific interests, professions, and industries. Board members are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate.
A request to place an item on the Air Quality Board agenda should be directed to Bryce Bird, Executive Secretary of the Air Quality Board (801) 536-4064.
There is no news to report at this time.
The Utah Air Quality statutes, code, and rules:
- Air Quality Rules
- State Implementation Plans
- Utah Air Conservation Act (Utah Code 19-2-103)
- Utah Air Conservation Act ( Utah Code 19-2-104)
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