EPA approves Arkansas greenhouse gas plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the state of Arkansas’ greenhouse gas permitting program for new and modified facilities.

Arkansas is the first state in the EPA region to replace the federal implementation rule with a state program, which will eliminate the need for businesses to seek air permits from two separate regulatory agencies. Authorities will be able to start issuing air permits in April.

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