EPA re-proposing Cook Inlet discharges
EPA puts less stringent limits back out for public comment, but also adds more stringent limits as a possible back-up plan
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s attempt to permit discharges from oil and gas facilities in Cook Inlet took a step forward recently by taking two steps back.
The EPA is re-proposing less stringent limits for six substances commonly discharged from oil and gas operations — including mercu....
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