States, Environmentalists Urge EPA To Drop Landfill Methane Extension Plan
January 07, 2019
Democratic states and environmental groups are urging EPA to drop its proposal to dramatically extend the deadline for states to develop compliance plans for EPA's rule to limit landfills' methane emissions, arguing that the proposed extension amounts to an unlawful effort to stay the standards. The state group, led by California Attorney General (AG) Xavier Becerra (D), says in Jan. 3 comments , “Had EPA complied with its mandatory duties to implement the Landfill Emission Guidelines, every state would have...
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