EPA Approval Of Oklahoma Ash Program May Set Marker For Other States

January 16, 2018
EPA is proposing to approve Oklahoma's plan for regulating coal ash disposal under a 2016 law that opened the door for the agency to delegate implementation of its first-time ash program, and the approval may set a marker for other states by suggesting swift approval if the plans adhere closely to the requirements in EPA's program. In a Jan. 16 Federal Register notice , EPA says it is taking public comment on the planned approval for 45 days, through March...

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