"Air and Climate Standards Top EPA’s 2023 Rulemaking To-Do List"

"The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to move ahead with a slate of major air and climate rules this year to make gains on the Biden administration’s long-promised climate goals.

The agency is due as early as the spring to propose and finalize closely watched emissions rules, including legal underpinnings for mercury regulations, ozone transport standards, and greenhouse gas regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.

Emissions rulemaking is a priority for the agency this year, including power sector rules and a proposed review of mercury standards, according to EPA Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe."

Jennifer Hijazi reports for Bloomberg Environment January 27, 2023.

Source: Bloomberg Environment, 01/30/2023