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Jan 6, 2016 — SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has partnered with WeberState University and Utah State University to examine the impacts vehicle emissions have on air quality on very cold winter days when an inversion is setting in the valley.
Students and investigators from Weber State University’s National Center for Automotive Science & Technology (NCAST) and Utah State University are hoping the findings will help DEQ’s Division of Air Quality develop effective air pollution control strategies.
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USU College of Engineering, "DEQ Partners with Universities to Examine Air Emissions from Starting Vehicles “Cold” | College of Engineering" (2016). College of Engineering News. 70.