Fairbanks air quality extension denied
EPA proposes rule rejecting state request to defer attainment date by a further five years; now requires a new plan by end of year
for Petroleum News
The Environmental Protection Agency has published a proposed rule rejecting the State of Alaska’s request to extend by a further five years the required date for attainment of acceptable air quality standards in the Fairbanks North Star Borough. In 2017 EPA had ruled that the state had to prepare a....
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