A recent Washington Post editorial spurred by the outrageous comments of a former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official provides a concise and eloquent reprimand to a federal agency that lately has acted too big for its taxpayer-funded britches.
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On Feb. 16, 2012, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published for comment a new set of regulations requiring power plants to reduce emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants within three years. The regulations are commonly referred to as the Utility Maximum Achievable Control Technology Standards (“Utility MACT”) or the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (“MATS”) rule. Read more »
At many of our events, we ask people to tell us the one thing they absolutely can’t unplug, and we’ve received some interesting answers. Elliott A., a 6th grader in Denver, created this word cloud from the responses of hundreds of people like you. The word cloud represents what electricity-powered item they just can’t live without. The larger the word, the more responses we received.