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EPA Moves to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions

11:44 AM MDT | October 2, 2009

Drevna: EPA lacks authority to regulate GHGs The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a new rule requiring that large industrial facilities, including chemical plants, obtain permits certifying the use of “best available” greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions-reduction technologies. The permits will ensure the use of “best available” GHG emissions minimization technologies, EPA says. Like the recently-finalized GHG reporting rule, it applies to facilities that emit more than 25,000 tons/year of GHGs. “This rule allows us...

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