EPA resets timetable for feedback in interstate ozone dispute
U.S. EPA has rescheduled a public hearing and again extended the deadline for comments on its proposed denial of a bid by nine Northeastern states to dramatically expand the size of the Ozone Transport Region.
House to vote on 'secret science' bill
Only weeks after winning approval from the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, a bill that would layer new requirements on U.S. EPA's handling of scientific research is headed to a floor vote this week.
EPA reaches deal with Ariz. power plant to reduce coal burning
An Arizona power plant will eventually stop burning coal at two of its three remaining generating units, while U.S. EPA will drop a federal pollution reduction plan under an agreement set for Monday publication as a final rule.
Bush-era air chief may return under Trump
Bill Wehrum, whose nomination to be U.S. EPA's top air official was blocked during the George W. Bush administration, may get another shot at the job.
Judge grants EPA 3 years to finish toxics reviews
U.S. EPA gets three years to wrap up overdue reviews of existing standards for toxic air emissions from tire manufacturing plants, iron and steel foundries, and 11 other source categories under a federal court ruling released late yesterday.