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EPA Needs to Demonstrate Whether It Has Achieved the Goals It Set Under the National Petroleum Initiative
Arthur A. Elkins, Jr. (ed)
This report determined to what extent the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencyńˇ╗s (EPAńˇ╗s) enforcement actions led to sustained compliance under the National Petroleum Refinery Initiative (NPRI). The EPA selected the petroleum refinery sector as one of its National Enforcement Initiatives (NEIs) in 1996. The EPA intended that its NPRI strategyńˇ╗s companywide consent decrees, or legally binding agreements, would lead to improved compliance and reduced harmful air pollutants or emissions as companies changed environmental management practices and reduced their emissions. The EPA officially concluded the NPRI in 2007, when 80% of the refining facilities were under a consent decree. Work on the NPRI has declined since then, as the EPA has reduced resources dedicated to the initiative. The EPA did not place the same attention on monitoring initiative outcomes as it did on negotiating consent decrees. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
Wordsworth Dictionary of the American West
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