The EPA has recommended that the standards for ozone should be lowered to 60-70 parts per billion (ppb) from the current 75 ppb standard. The final decision is under a court-ordered deadline of December 1st to issue a proposal on whether to retain or revise the current standards. This new legislation could be one of the costliest to the United States economy and result in the closure of many plants. To learn more and how to find cost-effective ways to prepare DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE White Paper- EPA OZONE STANDARDS.
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