Texas Air Permits in Limbo After EPA Disapproves State Program
9:31 AM MDT | July 2, 2010 | KARA SISSELL
EPA has disapproved Texas’ air permit program, a move that could force dozens of facilities to obtain new permits and make plant upgrades to meet federal air regulations. EPA’s move is due to Texas’ decision to allow flexible air permits where individual sources of emissions are not regulated as long as the entire facility’s emissions are below an established cap....
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