Tell Utah: Do More to Reduce Air Pollution in Parks and Communities!


Mesa Arch, Canyonlands NP. © Bcbounders | Dreamstime.com

The state of Utah is considering a plan that could clean up haze-causing pollution. However, the plan does nothing to achieve cleaner air for communities and national parks across the Southwest.

The outdated Hunter and Huntington coal plants in Utah continue to muddy scenic views, harm human health, and obstruct clear night skies in eight national parks of the Southwest, including Arches, Grand Canyon and Mesa Verde.

But you can do something TODAY that makes a difference. Speak up and tell the state of Utah to do its job and require Rocky Mountain Power's Hunter and Huntington coal plants to clean up their pollution!

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2017 Revision to Utah SIP Section XX, Regional Haze

Dear Thomas Gunter,

Sincerely,
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