EPA Sticks to Its Guns on Mercury Rules

By ELIZABETH WARMERDAM

Courthouse News Service

(CN)– The Environmental Protection Agency is standing by its decision to require power plants to cut emissions and other air pollutants, to comply with the Clean Air Act.

The EPA on Friday issued a final that it is “appropriate and necessary to regulate hazardous air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power electric utility” across the United States. The EPA said the benefits…”

 

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