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On January 25, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) made a change in policy that could have significant ramifications for permitted sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAP). That is when Bill Werhum, Deputy Director of the USEPA, published a guidance memo to the USEPA Regional Air Directors that reversed the long-standing Once In, Always In (OIAI) policy1.read more
Yes, many industrial plant sites contain environmental attributes that may serve a purpose beyond what they were originally intended for. The growth in recent years of environmental markets as a means of driving real emission reductions is responsible for much of this “new” value.read more
So, you are going on a family vacation, a prosperous business trip, or any number of other reasons why you’d leave the comfort of your home and drive, fly, sail, or rail to your destination. Unfortunately, one of the greatest environmental impacts of travel is the emission of greenhouse gases from your mode of transportation.read more