EPA taking comments on denial of N.Y.'s 'good neighbor' bid
EPA has opened an almost two-month public comment period on its proposed rejection of New York's high-stakes "good neighbor" petition, with a public hearing scheduled for June 11 at agency headquarters in Washington, D.C.
EPA science advisers interested in examining 'co-benefits'
One of EPA's top advisory panels could soon tackle some contentious questions surrounding the agency's use of "co-benefits" to help justify new regulations, according to a newly released proposal.
EPA mercury proposal faces harsh reception at House hearing
Five months after EPA unveiled plans to yank the legal basis for its 2012 regulations on power plant mercury emissions, a House Energy and Commerce panel will take a formal look tomorrow morning.
Enviros ask TVA inspector general to probe trade group ties
Three environmental groups have asked the Tennessee Valley Authority's inspector general to probe the power producer's participation in the Utility Air Regulatory Group and other industry trade organizations.
EPA approves Wyo. haze plan changes
EPA, rebuffing objections from environmental groups, has approved changes to one part of an Obama-era plan intended to reduce haze-forming emissions from a Wyoming coal-fired power plant.