EPA Plans ‘Fuller Explanation’ For Rejecting Mandatory Air Monitoring Reviews

November 7, 2023
EPA is planning to ask a federal appellate court to pause environmentalists’ landmark litigation seeking to force the agency to expand its consideration of fenceline air monitoring when reviewing air toxic rules so that the agency can provide a “fuller explanation” of why it does not believe such reviews are mandatory. EPA told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a Nov. 3 filing in litigation over its recent lead acid battery facility rules that...

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