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SALEM, Mass., July 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Dominion , one of the nation's largest energy producers, announced today that it would continue to operate the Salem Harbor Power Station in compliance with strict environmental regulations.
By Tom Wanamaker, Watertown Daily Times, N.Y. Jul. 13--ALBANY -- Friday's federal appeals court ruling that struck down the Clean Air Interstate Rule has been roundly criticized by the Adirondack Council.
By Debra McCown, Bristol Herald Courier, Va. Jul. 11--ABINGDON, Va. -- While a new coal-fired power plant under construction in Wise County will add another local pollution source, the permitting process for it has spurred emissions reductions at an existing power plant nearby.
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ALEXANDRIA, Va., July 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) today issued this statement in response to standards issued by the state of Washington addressing the injection of carbon dioxide (C02) underground and power plant emission performance: "ACCCE applauds Washington for its efforts to adopt the country's first standards for underground injection of C02.
WASHINGTON _ With costly new anti-pollution rules looming for lawn mowers, boat engines and many other small motorized devices, U.S. manufacturers are pressing the government to halt the imports of "dirty" equipment from China. The Environmental Protection Agency and U.S.
By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European and Asian auto makers must do more to meet voluntary targets to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new cars or face possible legislative action, the European Union's executive arm said on Tuesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European and Asian auto makers must do more to meet voluntary targets to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new cars or face possible legislative action, the European Union's executive said on Tuesday.
The White House is reviewing an U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal that the agency says will streamline the way the it oversees smokestack pollution from power generators, oil refineries and other industrial plants.
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