Utahns care about emergency preparedness. They also care about air quality. When air pollution is high, consequences on our health, lifestyle, economy and climate are severe. Utahns need to take action to clear the air immediately when Utah’s air quality reaches yellow and red levels. These days can come during winter inversions and also during summer high ozone days.
Breathe Utah has created a simple tool to help Utahns plan ahead for bad air. The Emergency Air Quality Implementation Plan (EAQIP) toolkit will walk you through the steps to create an action plan for yellow and red air quality days so you can be part of a movement to reduce the number of red air days and improve our community’s health.
Summer’s high ozone days are fast approaching. Make your emergency plan today!