Oil Industry, Environmentalists Spar Over Gasoline Terminals Air Rule

September 16, 2022
Oil sector groups are clashing with environmentalists over EPA’s proposal to tighten air rules for bulk gasoline distribution terminals, with refining groups saying EPA goes too far and unlawfully fails to justify the proposal with cost-benefit analysis, while environmentalists say the plan is too timid and must be tougher to protect public health. EPA’s proposal would tighten air toxics limits under the national emissions standards for hazardous air pollutants (NESHAP) program, and also limit pollutants not classed as HAPs under...

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