DENVER — Sizzling summer temperatures return this week to the Denver metro, and with them return concerns about air quality in the front range corridor.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) declared an Ozone Action Day Alert on Sunday, lasting into Monday, due to a baking summer sun and anticipated air quality.
As the summer is early, the air quality is said not to be too bad yet, but could be dangerous for at-risk residents, including elderly and those with asthma.
According to the CDPHE, these are tips to help reduce pollution for all residents:
In the Yard:
On the Go: