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Soon-to-Come Ozone Rule Will Have Varying Impacts on Business

If the EPA lowers ground-level ozone — a decision it is likely to make this month — some businesses, cities and regions will be affected more than others, HPAC Engineering reports. The Clean Air Act requires the EPA to review the ozone pollution standards every five years. The current standard, … Read more »

Ceramic Catalytic Filters Can Control Industrial Emissions

Ceramic Catalytic Filters Can Control Industrial Emissions

New catalytic filter technology can provide flexibility in controlling harmful emissions from industrial facilities, Kevin Moss, business development director for Tri-Mer, writes in an article for Pollution Engineering. Catalytic embedded ceramic filters can remove nitrogen oxide at lower temperatures, while also removing particulate matter, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen chloride emissions at … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Arctic Council Spill Plan, Chu Resigns, Defense Nominee Backs Alt Fuels

The eight-nation Arctic Council’s oil spill response agreement, obtained by Greenpeace ahead of the council’s meeting of environment ministers February 5-6 in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, is vague and ineffective, Greenpeace said. The activist group says the draft contains a series of major omissions including any discussion of oil company liabilities or … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: GHG Ruling, JBS-Greenpeace Lawsuit, German Grid

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia voted 6-2 to reject a request for the full court to reconsider a June ruling that allowed the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The court’s action could set up a Supreme Court challenge by industry, energy firms and the state of … Read more »

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