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Utah's summer smog topic of Wednesday's 'Radio West'

Published August 14, 2013 9:22 am

Pollution • Tribune environmental reporter to talk about smog's effects, possible remedies.
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Salt Lake Tribune environmental reporter Judy Fahys joins "Radio West" host Doug Fabrizio and Utah Department of Environmental Quality toxicologist Steve Packham at 11 a.m. Wednesday for a discussion about summer smog in Utah.

The program is broadcast live on KUER 90 FM or you may listen to a live stream at www.kuer.org. KUER rebroadcasts "Radio West" at 7 p.m.

Fahys and other program participates will discuss summer ozone pollution and its effects. They also will talk about a new app under development to monitor how air-pollution might be expected to affect an individual's health.






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