Steel Mill Suit Will Test Legal Precedent On ‘Missing’ EPA Air Toxics Rules

September 18, 2020
Environmentalists’ new lawsuit aiming to force EPA to add limits for additional air pollutants to its existing steel mill toxics emissions policy will test a recent U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit precedent requiring that EPA fill in “missing” limits for air toxics left unregulated by toxic emissions policies. In their suit filed with the D.C. Circuit Sept. 11, Clean Air Council, Hoosier Environmental Council, NAACP LaPorte County Branch 3061 and Sierra Club ask the court...

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