Saturday, April 19, 2014

Judges Appear To Back Basis For Utility MACT But Question Mercury Limit

Key appellate court judges appear to be supporting EPA's threshold decision that coal-fired power plants should be subject to strict maximum available control technology (MACT) air toxics rules but during Dec. 10 oral arguments suggested there could be flaws in how the agency used emissions data to set the rule's stringent mercury limits.


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