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Additional Analyses of Mercury Emissions Needed Before EPA Finalizes Rules for Coal-Fired Electric utilities
Additional Analyses of Mercury Emissions Needed Before EPA Finalizes Rules for Coal-Fired Electric utilities
 
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 2005
Pages: 54
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788174703

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Rick Beusse (au). Reviews EPAs development of its proposed rule for controlling mercury emissions (ME) from coal-fired electric utilities. Coal-fired electric utilities represent the largest source of airborne ME in the U.S. Once airborne, mercury can be deposited into water, where it bio-accumulates in fish & animals at the top of the food chain. Human consumption of fish is the primary method of exposure to mercury, which has been shown to cause neurological & fetal developmental problems. On Jan. 30, 2004, EPA proposed rules for regulating ME from coal-fired steam generating electric utility units. EPA proposed two options for controlling ME, one a control technology standard with emission limits & the other a performance based cap-&-trade approach.

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