Cost Fears On Boiler Emission Limits Overblown: Report

Law360, New York (December 9, 2010, 5:28 PM EST) -- As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency seeks to delay controversial new emissions standards for industrial boilers, a group representing state air pollution authorities claims the impacts of the proposed rule aren't as bad as industry suggests.

The National Association of Clean Air Agencies released a report Wednesday challenging an industry study from August that claims EPA's proposed rules will cost $20.7 billion and put 337,703 jobs at risk, saying the estimates don't account for the positive impacts of the proposed regulations.

NACAA said the study sponsored...
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