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House Committee Blocks EPA Regulations

The House Energy and Commerce Committee voted on July 13 to advance legislation to block the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating coal ash as a hazardous waste.  The same committee voted just days earlier to delay implementation of two major E
July 18, 2011

The House Energy and Commerce Committee voted on July 13 to advance legislation to block the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating coal ash as a hazardous waste.  The same committee voted just days earlier to delay implementation of two major EPA rules.  The first rule would require utilities to use maximum achievable control technology on their units to reduce emissions of mercury, chromium, and nickel.  Another rule targeted by the committee dealt with airborne emissions that cross state lines in the eastern part of the country.  ECT.coop has the full story here.

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