* Another study to study: Energy provocateur Michael Mabee, well known to the FERC/NERC team, filed a complaint with FERC on 03/01 (public-noticed in the FR on 03/10) alleging that the Texas grid events of February 15 resulted from either a failure to comply with […]
U.S. Representatives Richard Hanna (R-NY) and Donna F. Edwards (D-MD) introduced a bipartisan bill that will improve air quality around infrastructure projects by making it easier and more cost-effective to upgrade construction equipment to meet diesel soot emissions standards. The […]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is setting the first standards that will reduce emissions of formaldehyde, benzene, acrolein and other toxic air pollutants from certain stationary diesel engines. These pollutants are known or suspected to cause cancer or other […]
EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson issued a letter responding to a letter sent to her the evening of February 19 by eight U.S. Senators asking about the agency’s plans for 2010.
In the letter, the administrator outlines several of the decisions […]
Proposed standards, strictest to date, will protect the health of all Americans, especially children
The United States Environmental Protection Agency today proposed the strictest health standards to date for smog. Smog, also known as ground-level ozone, is linked to a […]