EPA Defends Haze Controls In Battle With Wyoming, Environmentalists

February 1, 2023
In a long-running dispute over EPA’s regional haze program, the agency is claiming broad discretion to choose control technology and defending its right to set air emissions standards on Wyoming power plants as it rejects state claims for weaker controls and environmentalists’ push for tougher limits. In State of Wyoming, et al., v. EPA , now before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, EPA is fighting one of the last battles over haze controls from the first...

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