State NSR actions

10/27/2003
State air-quality regulators are mad, and they aren't going to take it anymore. What they are angry about are recent federal changes to clean air rules overseeing refiners, power plants, and other big industrial facilities built before 1970.The US Environmental Protection Agency recently made revisions to its New Source Review program, a part of the Clean Air Act since 1977.The new rules make it easier for refiners and power generators to replace equipment without installing modern pollution controls. NSR requires refiners and other industrial operators to upgrade pollution-control equipment when a facility is expanded or remodeled in a way that increases emissions. EPA last month bro...
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