Federal air regs affect livestock industry
Pork, dairy, poultry and egg producers have until May 1 to decide
whether to sign a consent agreement with the U.S. Environmental
After a series of court cases, the EPA announced in January that federal
air quality laws would retroactively apply to certain livestock
production facilities. Applicable regulations include the Clean Air Act;
Comprehensive Environmental Responses, Compensation and Liability Act;
and Environmental Planning and Community ...
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