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Environmental press releases pertaining to air pollution control.

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New EPA Rule Cracks Down on Oil Refinery Air Pollution

“We have many fence line communities,” Shelley told reporters on a conference call today. “For the first time, EPA has set a fence line air quality standard and required fence line monitoring. “EPA’s refinery rule comes with a high price tag but uncertain environmental benefits while emissions continue to fall under existing regulations,” said the American Petroleum Institute today.

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Founded in 1989 Located in Ventura Business Focus: Manufactures systems for air pollution control by using an internal combustion engine to generate power to do something useful.

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Is White House Planning Crack Down On Methane From Wastewater Operations

The White House strategy also aims to reduce methane leaks from the energy industry.

“Oil and gas methane leakage is the U.S.’s second largest industrial source of heat-trapping pollution, exceeded only by the carbon pollution from power plants and other energy generation uses,” an Energy Collective article reported.

According to the White House strategy, released late last month, wastewater treatment operations are responsible for 2 percent of human-related methane emissions.

The new strategy supports efforts by the U.S. to work with the Global Methane Initiative, a public-private partnership including over 40 countries as well as the top 10 major methane emitters, the strategy said.

“Methane is produced when the organic material in municipal wastewater decomposes anaerobically. Varying amounts of methane are emitted during the collection, handling, and treatment of wastewater depending on methods employed,” the GMI explains in its literature.

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Kirtland Air Force Base Jet Fuel Spill Threatens Albuquerque Water Supply

But he emphasizes the Air Force has already committed some $50 million and has hired one of the world's foremost experts on spill remediation, The Shaw Group. "We own this problem," he said.

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