Issue Date: July 25, 2011
Manufacturers Oppose Tighter Ozone Standard
The American Chemistry Council and the American Petroleum Institute are among large industry groups that are calling for EPA to delay setting a new national air quality standard for ground-level ozone. They argue that a new standard, which EPA is expected to issue in late July or early August and is likely to be stricter than the current one, will hurt the recovering economy. “Americans cannot afford these unnecessary and costly standards,” . . .
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