The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has been telling us the air is unhealthy due to fine particle pollutants from the Canadian wildfire smoke for days, and several times over the past months.
Some businesses and even a public library have taken steps to work around the impacts.
The director of risk management for Miron Construction, Matt Krause, said company employees are advised to take more breaks if needed, rotate positions and some employees will even be moved to indoor tasks if their health is impacted by the poor air quality.
The company has projects in Eau Claire, around the Badger State and beyond.
Krause said the air quality has not impacted employees or operations in areas affected by the wildfire smoke.