Cross-State Air Pollution Rule

Cross-State Air Pollution Rule

A rule mandated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requiring states to reduce the air pollution emitted by companies in their state. The rule applies if the EPA declares that the state permits too much air pollution. The rule was adopted in 2011.
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In addition, earlier this month, EPA issued an update to the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).
5 have been a primary basis for its justification of air quality standards and the regulations related to the Obama administration's "war on coal," specifically the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, Mercury Air Transport Standard and Clean Power Plan.
Texas was among 13 states, joined by industry and labor groups, that sued over the so-called Cross-State Air Pollution rule in 2011, challenging the EPA's framework and complaining states weren't given enough time to comply.
Circuit's August 2012 decision to vacate the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).
Ceres, a coalition of environmental groups, has claimed that two new air pollution rules, Utility MACT and the Cross-State Air Pollution rule (CSAPR), would generate 1.
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The Obama administration should challenge a federal appeals court ruling this week that rejected the Environmental Protection Agency's Cross-State Air Pollution rule, which would cut plower plant emissions of deadly chemicals that drift across state lines.
Although the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule is not explicitly
Yet also in late 2011, a federal court dealt a blow to clean air efforts by suspending a federal cross-state air pollution rule that was released in July.
Protection Agency's compliance deadline for the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule by three years and extend the deadline for the Utility Maximum Achievable Control Technology Rule by two years.
The quick implementation of the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, scheduled for Jan.
The Cross-State Air Pollution Rule will protect communities that are home to 240 million Americans from smog and soot pollution, preventing up to: