Sunday, January 06, 2008

Illegal and Dangerous Loophole in Utah Targeted

UPDATE: The Salt Lake Tribune voiced its support for Rocky Mountain Clean Air Action's efforts in an editorial, stating:

The EPA and the state should demand that companies do whatever it takes to keep pollution within limits and to levy consistent fines when they don't. With Salt Lake Valley air getting dirtier every year, we don't have time for governmental squabbling.

Rocky Mountain Clean Air Action has taken aim to
eliminate an illegal and dangerous loophole in Utah's air quality regulations.

The move follows a successful effort to eliminate a similar loophole in Colorado last year.

And folks in Utah are taking note of Rocky Mountain Clean Air Action and its efforts. Stay tuned for updates!