Wednesday, April 05, 2006

EPA Air-toxics Plan Sparks Internal Rift

by Mark Clayton
The Christian Science Monitor

"The Environmental Protection Agency has drafted a plan that would allow so much extra industrial air pollution that 7 of 10 of the agency's own regional air-quality directors have signed on to a memo condemning it. The changes, the memo said, would "essentially negate" today's limits on industry toxic air emissions like arsenic, mercury, and lead..."

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