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06/18/2012
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes EPA urged to retain certain PM air-quality standards The US Environmental Protection Agency should consider retaining certain existing particulate matter air-quality standards, an American Petroleum Institute spokesman said June 12. Howard Feldman, API director of regulatory and scientific affairs, said the existing PM 2.5 standard should be among standards EPA considers for its proposed particulate standard rule. EPA last revised its PM standards in 2006. Fine particles are 2.5 µm or less in diameter and can contribute to reduced visibility. Some research has linked exposure to PM 2.5 levels with increased health risks. API said EPA's analysis shows the 2...
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