EPA primed to release gasoline tanks air rule

February 5, 2024
EPA is close to releasing its final rule toughening air emissions standards for nearly 10,000 bulk gasoline distribution facilities, amid opposition from industry groups and lawmakers who warn the rule’s compliance costs are “unworkable” and a possible cause of fuel price hikes, though environmentalists are pushing to strengthen the measure. The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) completed interagency review of the regulation Feb. 1, according to OMB’s website, clearing the way for EPA Administrator Michael Regan to...

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