Ethanol plant emission rules relaxed

Dec 20, 2007
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took a major step to stimulate ethanol production by issuing a rule last week allowing ethanol plants to operate with fewer environmental rules and less air pollution equipment. The agency rejected pleas by clean-air advocates and increased the amount of nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide and other pollutants that will be allowed before an ethanol plant is considered a “major air emitter,” a category that requir...

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