States Object To Using CAIR As Control Substitute In Ozone Rule

November 30, 2005
States officials and environmentalists are objecting to EPA's declaration that its clean air interstate rule (CAIR) removes the need for additional controls on power plants in some state plans for meeting the agency's ozone standard. This criticism is one of many state concerns over EPA's new ozone implementation rule, which appears likely to face litigation from states, environmentalists and industry groups. EPA issued a final rule on implementing the second phase of its plan for the agency's strict 8-hour ozone...

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