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Infographic: Ozone Standards Final Rule

Infographic: Ozone Standards Final Rule

Need a snapshot of what the Ozone Standards Final Rule really means? Search no further. We’ve got you covered.

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Final Rule Published for Ozone Standards

Final Rule Published for Ozone Standards

The final rule revising the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone has been published in the Federal Register. EPA revised the standard to 70 parts per billion (ppb) from the 75 ppb set in 2008.

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EPA Finalizes Ozone Standards

EPA Finalizes Ozone Standards

The Environmental Protection Agency has met its court-ordered Oct. 1 deadline for final revisions to the Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards, rules that potentially place limits on the use of construction equipment in some markets.

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19 Cities Still Miss the Mark on Ozone Standard

19 Cities Still Miss the Mark on Ozone Standard

EPA has released a report determining that 19 metropolitan areas still have not met Clean Air Act requirements to limit ozone emissions, and the clock is ticking.

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Stricter Ozone Limits Would Harm Jobs and the Economy, NAHB Tells EPA

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Stricter Ozone Limits Would Harm Jobs and the Economy, NAHB Tells EPA

NAHB has submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) opposing the Obama Administration’s proposal to toughen limits on the national ozone standard, arguing it would harm economic development, jobs and residential construction activities.

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