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EPA’s Final Tailoring Rule Sets Clock Ticking on GHG Regs

2:14 PM MDT | May 25, 2010 | Vincent Valk

The recent release of U.S. EPA’s final tailoring rule for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions stationary sources details how facilities must comply with permit requirements for GHG under existing Clean Air Act program. The rule details which facilities will need to obtain permits authorizing continued operation or new construction and modifications. The permits certify the use of best available control technology (BACT) to control emissions at those facilities. The rule will be implemented in three phases, with the first starting January 2, 2011. Facilities emitting...

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