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Utah Business Report March 4, 2014



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This is Lane Beattie of the Salt Lake Chamber with your Utah Business Report.

Clean air is a problem that everyone can address. Now there's a little more help for small businesses to make a difference in Utah's air quality.

The Department of Workforce Services, the Department of Environmental Quality and the Utah Clean Air Partnership have partnered to provide grants to small businesses to upgrade their current equipment to emission-reducing equipment. Doing this will improve our air quality.

Small businesses can be awarded grants between five-hundred and fifteen-thousand dollars. This grant program is available for businesses with fewer than one-hundred employees that are located in Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Duchesne, Salt Lake, Tooele, Uintah, Utah and Weber Counties.

Small businesses can apply for a grant and learn more information online at the UCAIR (you-care) website—which is ucair.org. That's ucair.org. There is no application deadline and no fees will be charged for the application.

Small businesses in Utah—take charge of your business practices and equipment with this grant to help improve our air quality. Every little bit helps. This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

Lane Beattie

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