As promoters of clean air and reduced emissions, DEQ’s Division of Air Quality has learned a few things about working from home. We didn’t expect to be sharing these tips during a pandemic. Nonetheless, here are some tips on how to make the most of teleworking in the coming weeks.
Recently, the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget invited the Utah Department of Environmental Quality to participate in a remote work pilot program that is an integral part of the A New Workplace initiative. In this week’s #UtahDEQBlog, we take a look at how Utah’s teleworking initiative is changing the way we work at DEQ.
DEQ’s “Top Ten” list provides residents with ways to reduce their emissions and improve air quality during Utah’s inversion season.
By Mat Carlile Last week’s inversion wasn’t the kind of “present” any of us wanted for the holidays. We know that fine particulates caused by the buildup of pollutants under the inversion’s “lid” create poor air quality and poses a health risk, particularly to the young, elderly, and those with respiratory and heart disease. We…