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North Dakota Officials at Loggerheads with EPA over Air Pollution Rules

North Dakota health officials are at an impasse with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the best technology to reduce the air pollution of two coal-burning power plants in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, one of which is operated by Minnko
September 7, 2011

North Dakota health officials are at an impasse with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the best technology to reduce the air pollution of two coal-burning power plants in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, one of which is operated by Minnkota Power Cooperative Inc.  State regulators contend that the EPA's preferred technology may not be effective and will be much costlier than the state's preferred method.  You can find additional details here.

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