Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Winter inversions are here, and there's an app for that.

The Utah Division of Air Quality has released a free smart phone app for iphone and android users that keeps Utahns informed of forecasted bad air days, so you can plan to stay inside, avoid burning wood or coal, and reduce your vehicle emissions.  You can find the app in your app store, by searching for "Utah Air quality".

You can also subscribe to email alerts about local air quality.
Choose Clean Air: Air Quality notifications and air quality conditions in Utah. 
This listserv is especially valuable for those who are most vulnerable to air pollution: people with lung and heart disease, senior citizens, and children.

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