It’s spring now, and the meager snowpack in Northern Utah’s mountains is starting to melt. That means it’s time to start thinking about water.
Lots of questions and misunderstandings are swirling about Utah’s federal public lands, especially with the recent downsizing of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments.
When a landfill developer on Promontory Point suddenly withdrew its permit application to take out-of-state waste last month, they said it was to “better collaborate with stakeholders, like the DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality).”
The waste stream has a lot of Weber County residents wound up, especially when it comes to recycling. Apparently, we’re not very good at it.
EDITOR’S NOTE: After this story published, Ogden City updated the details on their website so it includes some of the recycling changes; however, the city’s information still doesn’t direct residents to stop throwing plastic bags in recycling bins.
FARMINGTON — The outdoor retail giant Recreational Equipment Inc. has put its relationship with Utah-based Vista Outdoor on hold.
As an anti-coal rolling bill wheels its way through the Utah Legislature, big movers and shakers in the diesel industry have thrown their support behind ending the practice.
Farmington-based Vista Outdoor has found itself in the crosshairs of consumers calling to boycott companies supporting gun groups like the National Rifle Association.