If Wichita falls out of compliance with federal air quality standards, it would cost residents and businesses about an extra $10 million a year in penalties, officials said Tuesday. (File photo)
If Wichita falls out of compliance with federal air quality standards, it would cost residents and businesses about an extra $10 million a year in penalties, officials said Tuesday. (File photo) Jaime Green File photo
If Wichita falls out of compliance with federal air quality standards, it would cost residents and businesses about an extra $10 million a year in penalties, officials said Tuesday. (File photo) Jaime Green File photo

Wichita plans to get cleaner air, save residents $10 million a year

February 28, 2017 12:49 PM