The EPA isn’t rescinding the standard as of yet but has finished deciding to reconsider the analysis for the Obama-era rule
The US Environmental Protection Agency next month will unveil plans to start weakening the economic justification for a rule limiting toxic mercury pollution from coal plants.
The EPA isn’t rescinding the standard as of yet but has finished deciding to reconsider the underlying analysis for the 2011 rule, according to the government’s newly published agenda.
Original Title: EPA to unveil plans to weaken rule limiting toxic mercury pollution
Full Text of the Original Article: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/17/epa-to-unveil-plans-to-weaken-rule-limiting-toxic-mercury-pollution