CALIFORNIA AGENCY ADOPTS MARKET INCENTIVE AIR POLLUTION APPROACH

California's South Coast Air Quality Management District (Scaqmd) Oct. 15 approved 11-1 a groundbreaking rule that dramatically revamps the way air pollution will be controlled in the Los Angeles basin. The Regional Clean Air Incentives Market (Reclaim) rule caps an intensive 3 year Scaqmd effort to give regulated companies flexibility on how to cut emissions. The most far reaching program of its kind to be adopted, Reclaim is seen as a blueprint for other plans across the U.S. to replace

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