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“I think one thing you’ll probably hear people say about air quality is there’s really not any one single like, silver bullet that’s easy to do right now because we’ve done a lot of the easy things,” said Dr. Kerry Kelly, an associate professor chemical engineering at the University of Utah.
The fight against inversion is a never-ending battle, but Kelly says the state has made some important moves over the years to help, especially when it comes to the main factor of emissions: transportation.
Experts say Utahns need to constantly be looking for cleaner and more efficient furnaces, water heaters, and other more efficient systems.
“It comes to just making sure that we are keeping up with like the latest technologies,” said Kelly. “The latest ways to reduce our mission and being efficient as our population continues to grow.”