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Saturday, February 18, 2006

Ontario Objects To EPA Plan on Coal Emissions

From the Washington Post:

Ontario, Canada's most populous province, is challenging a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal that it says would allow higher emissions from nearby coal-burning power plants. The proposed change to the EPA's New Source Review program would probably cause more smog to drift into Ontario because it would ease pollution controls for plants in neighboring U.S. states such as Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, Ontario's Ministry of the Environment said in a news release.

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--Tom Hayes


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