Submit Your Comment on EPA's Good Neighbor Rule
Air pollution knows no borders. EPA's proposed “Good Neighbor” plan requires reductions of air pollution emitted by power plants and industrial sources in 26 upwind states that then blows into downwind states. This is an important step to protect residents of downwind states from unsafe levels of ground-level ozone (smog) pollution, because upwind polluting industries have failed to reduce harmful air pollution.
If finalized, the rule will significantly improve air quality and public health, avoiding one thousand premature deaths and more than one million asthma attacks each year. Many of these improvements will be felt almost immediately.
You can learn more about EPA's Proposed Rule here.
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