ACC says carbon dioxide permits could gridlock EPA review process

12/9/2009 | Chemical & Engineering News

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson said Monday that her agency has decided carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases threaten public health and safety. The American Chemistry Council has asked the EPA to delay regulating stationary sources of carbon dioxide until Congress writes climate legislation, saying a "regulatory gridlock" could result from "millions of emissions permits" waiting for EPA review.

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