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Industry Criticizes EPA Boiler Rules

11:30 AM MDT | August 24, 2010 | Vincent Valk

ACC and Dow Chemical have issued comments criticizing parts of EPA's proposed rule establishing maximum achievable control technology (MACT) for industrial boilers and process heaters. The rule would control air toxics emitted by both large and small, or "area," industrial facilities. ACC called "EPA's data and methodology" on MACT "fundamentally flawed," while Dow said the MACT standards "should be revised." “EPA’s faulty methodology begins with pollutant-by-pollutant analyses that select a different set of...

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