EPA moves to regulate smokestack gases
Industrial plants emitting at least 25,000 tons would have to use best available technology with new builds, significant changes
The Associated Press
The Environmental Protection Agency took steps Sept. 30 to control the emissions blamed for global warming from power plants, factories and refineries for the first time.
The EPA proposal would require polluters to reduce six greenhouse gases by installing the best available technology and improvin....
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