EPA official shepherds rule shift of interest to ex-employer
When EPA embarked on an overhaul of its regulatory cost-benefit forecasting requirements in 2018, a trade group for heating and cooling equipment makers was happy to offer four pages of written comments and suggestions.
EPA advances new cancer-causing gas limits
After a long delay that caught the attention of Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), EPA is moving forward on strengthening air toxics standards for a cancer-causing gas.
Study: Agriculture tops industry for sulfur emissions
Agriculture has replaced industry as the leading human source of sulfur releases into the environment, researchers have found in a new study that underscores both the remarkable progress and emerging challenges in dealing with the effects of the widespread chemical element.
Court brief pans citizen suits as assault on executive power
The Sierra Club's bid to work out a separate side agreement with a Michigan utility over air quality controls unconstitutionally infringes on the powers of the president, two law professors argue in a court filing.
Enviros sue over sulfur dioxide compliance
EPA hasn't followed the law in dealing with four states and territories that have areas out of compliance with the agency's sulfur dioxide standard, environmental groups alleged in a lawsuit filed today.