Compliance Outreach

Newsletter: Vol XII

Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

The Statewide Emission Inventory Program would like to thank everyone who submitted their 2021 emissions inventory reports! The point source inventory staff has started the quality control process and may contact you with questions regarding your report. 

There are still 21 facilities that have not submitted their 2021 emissions inventories. If you need help completing your report, please contact:

        (801) 536-4008 


        (385) 382-5014

DAQ Administrative Rules

Air Quality Administrative Rules are no longer posted on the Division of Air Quality’s webpage. The Utah Office of Administrative Rules (OAR) is the official site for current rules for all Departments and Divisions in the state.


Please visit Air Quality Law and Rules for links and easier access to the most current rules.

Unfortunately there is still a glitch with most of the -400 series rules. You can find the most current rule for R307-401 on our website. For the other -400 series rules, use the dropdown menu directly on the OAR website. If you have questions, please contact:

        (385) 499-3416

UCAIR Grant Program

Utah Clean Air (UCAIR) is a statewide clean air partnership created to make it easier for individuals, businesses and communities to make small changes to help improve Utah’s air. Every small change adds a collective step toward better health, better economy and a better overall quality of life.

UCAIR’s 2022-2023 Grant Funding – Request for Proposals is now open. The Grant Program encourages businesses, government entities and nonprofit organizations to bring forward creative and innovative ideas with the goal of improving Utah’s air quality.

Be Part of the Solution for Cleaner Air

The 2022 Clear the Air Challenge is in full swing! With various clean air options, there’s something for everyone to be part of the solution, whether it be at work or home. The Challenge is a month-long initiative undertaken by businesses, government and community leaders that encourages Utah residents to drive less and drive smarter during the month of July.

Participants help improve air quality by avoiding trips alone in their car and using TravelWise Strategies such as carpooling, public transit, walking, biking or trip chaining.

The Salt Lake Chamber, in partnership with TravelwiseUCAIR and Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is asking businesses to engage in the Challenge by leading by example to promote clean air year round. Together, we can help clear Utah’s air.

Become a part of the Challenge by registering your team of coworkers, family or friends at

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