"News" piece on an industry-forced delay in cleaning up airborne soot in Maine,
"News" piece on an industry-forced delay in cleaning up airborne soot in Maine, which invites more divisiveness over the Wyman Station power plant in Yarmouth, according to the Natural Resources Council of Maine. The delay means that FPL Energy, the owners of Wyman Station who have already been ordered to clean up ozone-producing pollutants, will probably deal separately with soot. That means additional cost and opportunities for another protracted battle between FPL and environmental activists. The soot delay came at the behest of Maine's paper and pulp industry, which claimed the new rules would have forced them to install new control technology, which the Department of Environmental Protection never intended.
Air pollution, Power plants
Burnett, Lee, ""News" piece on an industry-forced delay in cleaning up airborne soot in Maine," (2001). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5484.
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