Clean Air Act changes won’t hit metals: exec
Jan 02, 2013 | 02:57 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized changes to federal Clean Air Act standards for boilers and incinerators as well as revisions to the Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials Rule, but the changes are unlikely to impact scrap metal recyclers.
The EPA said that the new boiler and incinerator emissions limits will affect "less than 1 percent" of the approximately 1.5 million boilers currently operating in the United States, focusing primarily on "those that emit the majority of pollution."....
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