The Ozone Transport Commission, made up of twelve states from Virginia to Maine
The Ozone Transport Commission, made up of twelve states from Virginia to Maine plus the District of Columbia, has agreed on new measures to reduce industrial emissions, some of which drift into Maine from out of state. The standards adopted by the commission will require major power plants and factories to reduce their emissions of nitrous oxide gases, a key ingredient in the formation of ground-level ozone. Maine factories will have to reduce emissions by 10 to 30 percent, while polluters in some urban areas will have to register reductions as high as 75 percent. Details.
Air -- Standards, Ozone
"The Ozone Transport Commission, made up of twelve states from Virginia to Maine" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 15083.
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