Analysis

4 Takeaways From EPA's New Source Review Guidance

Law360 (March 14, 2018, 10:11 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's decision Tuesday to change the permitting process for proposed projects that emit air pollutants will simplify the system and make it easier for some projects to be approved, while creating a new legal target for environmental groups, experts say.

Here are four takeaways from the EPA's New Source Review memorandum.

A Big Change

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt on Tuesday gave new guidance on the agency's New Source Review permitting program, which is designed to protect air quality when factories, industrial boilers and power plants are built or modified.

State or local air pollution control agencies, and...

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