20 states don’t need more ozone pollution reduction to be ‘good neighbors’

Twice last month, federal judges ruled the EPA must enforce the “good neighbor” provisions of the Clean Air Act. The agency in 2015 had concluded about two dozen states were failing to develop adequate pollution reduction plans, which was impacting the ability of downwind states to comply with national ambient air quality standards, setting off a two-year deadline to address the issue. But EPA now says that’s no longer true for 20 upwind states.


Source: Utility Drive

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