Harmonizing Emissions: A case for clean air, carbon reduction and economic growth

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At the Air and Waste Management Associations (A&WMA) meeting on April 2-3, 2008, in Washington DC, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) expressed the need for harmonization between whatever carbon reduction policy is adopted by the United States with existing pollution emission regulations under the Clean Air Act (CAA). The goal of this harmonization is to allow industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality without causing a new layer of compliance requirements that are in direct conflict with existing regulation.

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