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Final CMAS rule narrows applicability, extends compliance deadline

12:17 PM MST | December 18, 2012 | Kara Sissell

EPA has finalized its Chemical Manufacturing Area Sources (CMAS) rule, and the changes made will give industry more certainty and narrow the universe of emissions sources affected by the rule, industry representatives say. ACC and Socma say they welcome EPA’s efforts to answer industry’s concerns, but are disappointed that some of industry's recommended changes were not included. The biggest drawback for many companies will be that EPA decided to exclude only a subset of the area sources category from Title V operating permit requirements, executives...

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