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The lawsuit targets particulate emissions despite high energy payback. Seven states have targeted outdoor wood-fired boilers, suing the Environmental Protection Agency for maintaining out-dated standards governing the particulate emitted from wood burning heaters.
Ban levels playing field for U.S. companies. On Monday, before the government shutdown, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule restricting imports of perfluorinated chemicals that could be used in carpets.
Classes are in multiple locations throughout the West. Seminars to help chemical facilities meet the demands of changing environmental regulations are scheduled for September and October at locations throughout the U.S by Lion Technology.
NSA and IRA scandals may nudge Senate to act. Text: A bill requiring the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to submit a report to Congress before finalizing any rules estimated to cost more than $1 billion to implement was approved by the U.S House of Representatives’ Energy and Power Subcommittee July 10. A similar bill involving the Federal Communications Commission that was passed last year but not addressed by the Senate also received a new push July 11.