A bill working its way through the Utah Legislature would bring stiffer fines and bolster enforcement for diesel vehicles intentionally modified to blow smoke.
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated what waste Promontory Point Resources would accept and when the state received a permit application. We regret the errors.
A landfill is likely coming to the shores of the Great Salt Lake, and environmental advocates have planned a public meeting for Tuesday night to discuss its implications.
A proposed large landfill on the southern tip of the Great Salt Lake’s Promontory Point is generating a lot of public interest, particularly as it nears fruition.
The “Out Standing in a Field” podcasters — reporter Leia Larsen and photographer Benjamin Zack — touch base with a few more scientists for updates on their favorite episodes.
This month, China officially slapped the U.S. with a ban on some recyclable materials and tougher standards for accepting others. The impacts are already starting to pile up, including in Weber County.
A new tariff on panels may have dimmed prospects for U.S. solar installers, but Utah’s local industry is trying to look on the bright side.
Jon Contos started Arrowhead Urban Farms around three years ago. His fields are 10 inch by 20 inch seed trays. His farm is in Ogden’s East Bench, on a quarter-acre lot in the basement of his home.