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MATS Compliance Help for Power Plant Operators

Late last year a federal appeals court upheld the EPA’s first-ever national standards for mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants. To help power plant operators comply with the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) and reduce emissions, ADA-ED has launched ADA Health Check. The new service provides a compliance strategy … Read more »

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Court Upholds Power Plant Mercury Pollution Rule

A federal appeals court has upheld the the EPA’s first-ever national standards for mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants, despite a Supreme Court ruling that struck down the rule, saying the agency failed to take into account the costs the air pollution rule would impose on utilities. The Court of … Read more »

Mercury Control Technology Ordered

Midwest Energy Emissions said that its mercury emissions control technology has been chosen by a large coal-power cooperative in the Southwest US that will be worth about $2 million yearly. The initial system installation will is valued at $2.4 million this year, with yearly revenue starting in 2015. EPA’s Mercury and … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Cape Wind, GAO Backs EPA Rules, Chromium Lawsuit

The Federal Aviation Administration ruled that the planned 130-turbine Cape Wind offshore project will have no effect on the safety of area aeronautical operations, repeating a finding that was overturned by the US Court of Appeals last year. This is believed to be the final federal regulatory clearance for the 11-year … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: MATS Technical Review, EU ETS, Chevron Spill

The EPA is reviewing technical information on pollution limits for new power plants under the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, based on new information provided by industry stakeholders after the rule was finalized. The agency said that the review will provide more information to evaluate five planned facilities, in Georgia, … Read more »