Category: Air Quality

Document Repository: Cornerstone:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC Projects

Jump to: Approval Order Issued Air Quality SIP Amendment This page provides links to documents associated with the various regulatory decisions by DEQ. Approval Order Issued (June 27, 2011) Final Permit (647 KB) Complete and Final Notice of Intent Final Notice of Intent (63MB) Cover—1.0 Introduction (384 KB) 2.0 Description of Emission Sources (72 KB) …

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SIP Amendments: Cornerstone:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

By a vote of 5-4 in its May 4, 2011 meeting, the Air Quality Board approved the Amendment to the Utah State Implementation Plan, Emission Limits and Operating Practices, Section Ix.H.2.h, and to amend Rule R307-110-17, Section IX and Part H. The issue before the Board was whether or not the 2005 PM SIP (currently …

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Bingham/Magna Ditch Soils Investigation:
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

Jump to: Potential Risks Access to Sample Yards Site History Updates Additional Information Contacts Related Links Q & A The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are conducting an investigation of arsenic contaminated soil sediments associated with the former Bingham-Magna Ditch, a historic mining drainage canal located …

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Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

The operational and environmental cleanup activities at Kennecott Utah Copper LLC’s (Kennecott) Bingham Canyon Mine, Copperton Concentrator, Smelter, Refinery, Tailings Facility and the various ancillary facilities are regulated under a number of federal and State programs with authority to oversee the work pursued by Kennecott and other third parties. The federal and State agencies draw …

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PM2.5 Logan Maintenance Plan:
Technical Support Documents

General Inventory General Inventory Preparation Plan (743 KB) Episodic Inventories Episodic Inventory Overview (76 KB) Point Source Episodic Inventory (79 KB) Area Source Episodic Inventory (165 KB) Non-Road Mobile Source Episodic Inventory (1 MB) On-Road Mobile Sources Episodic Inventory (289 KB) Baseline and Projected Inventories General Baseline and Projected Inventories Overview (201 KB) Point Source …

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PM2.5 Salt Lake City Maintenance Plans:
Technical Support Documents

General Inventory General Inventory Preparation Plan (743 KB) Episodic Inventories Episodic Inventory Overview (76 KB) Point Source Episodic Inventory (79 KB) Area Source Episodic Inventory (168 KB) Non-Road Mobile Source Episodic Inventory (1 MB) On-Road Mobile Sources Episodic Inventory (273 KB) Baseline and Projected Inventories General Baseline and Projected Inventories Overview (204 KB) Point Source …

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PM2.5 Provo Maintenance Plans:
Technical Support Documents

General Inventory General Inventory Preparation Plan (743 KB) Episodic Inventories Episodic Inventory Overview (76 KB) Point Source Episodic Inventory (79 KB) Area Source Episodic Inventory (167 KB) Non-Road Mobile Source Episodic Inventory (1 MB) On-Road Mobile Sources Episodic Inventory (273 KB) Baseline and Projected Inventories General Baseline and Projected Inventories Overview (208 KB) Point Source …

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How To Protect Your Pets During Wildfires

Poor air quality from wildfires can affect more than just your health. Wildfire smoke is particularly harmful to animals, and those living close to a burn area may wonder what they can do to protect their pets.

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September 4, 2019 Agenda: Air Quality

Call-to-Order Date of the Next Air Quality Board Meeting: October 2, 2019 Approval of the Minutes for August 7, 2019, Board Meeting. Propose for Final Adoption: R307-204. Emission Standards: Smoke Standards. Presented by Liam Thrailkill. Propose for Final Adoption: SIP Sections X, Part A, Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Program, General Requirements and Applicability and X, …

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Health Impacts of Wildfire Smoke

Wildfire smoke can make outdoor air unhealthy to breathe. Even if you stay indoors, some of the smoke from outdoors can enter your home. If you are close to a wildfire, the fire itself, as well as heavy smoke and ash, can pose serious, immediate risks to your safety and health. You may also be …

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Protect Yourself From Wildfire Smoke

Wildfires create smoky conditions, but there are things you can do– indoors and out–to reduce your exposure to smoke. Children (498 KB), older adults, and people with heart or lung disease are particularly susceptible to the health impacts of wildfire smoke, but it can also pose risks to healthy adults. Reduce Smoke Exposure Outdoors If …

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Air Quality Conditions During Wildfires

The Division of Air Quality (DAQ) provides updates on current conditions, a three-day forecast, and a trend chart of pollution levels for particulates, ozone, nitrogen oxides, and carbon monoxide. DAQ updates the current conditions hourly for 12 counties in Utah: Box Elder, Cache, Carbon, Davis, Duchesne, Iron Salt Lake, Tooele, Uintah, Utah, Washington, and Weber. …

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Wildfires

The recent increase in wildfires across the West has impacted air quality and put people’s health at risk from smoke exposure. This exposure can be sudden, last for days or weeks, and affect indoor and outdoor air quality. Smoke can travel great distances and become trapped in areas far from the source of the wildfire …

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