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Utah adopting Calif.-style rules for air pollution

January 3, 2013 • Business


The silhouette of Utah State Capitol is shown against the blue sky and particulates from an inversion Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, in Salt Lake City. As Utah’s air quality worsens, state regulators are working a set of plans to limit everyday emissions, from banning the sale of aerosol deodorants and hair spray to prohibiting wood burning in fireplaces more often during the year. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — As Utah’s air quality worsens, state regulators are working on a set of plans to limit everyday emissions, from banning the sale of aerosol deodorants and hair spray to prohibiting wood burning in fireplaces more often.

Regulators say dozens of new rules will take effect by August for 2 million of Utah’s residents along the Wasatch Front. Utah could lose federal highway funds if it doesn’t start Login to read more

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