The Utah Division of Air Quality says the volatile organic compounds in window-washing fluid and other cleaning and personal-care products contribute to our bad air ("New strategy for scrubbing Utah skies clean," Tribune, Feb. 4).
Tailpipe exhaust is a major pollution source, but the DAQ has no effective plan other than asking us to voluntarily not drive. But public transportation is not readily available to many, perhaps most, citizens along the Wasatch Front.
We hear little about another source of VOCs the oil refineries from our political leaders. We need their products, but do these refineries belong in a high mountain valley prone to weather inversions and stagnant air?