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U.S. EPA Outlines GHG Regulation Timeline (Update)

3:20 PM MST | February 23, 2010 | Vincent Valk

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has outlined a timeline for greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation under the Clean Air Act (CAA) whereby no stationary source will be subject to rules until 2011, and the smallest sources will not need to comply until 2016. In a response to a letter by Senator Jay Rockefeller (D., West Virginia) EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson noted that EPA expects to take action ensuring that no stationary source rules will go into effect this year by April. However, the largest stationary sources, such as industrial facilities and power...

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