Citing the most sophisticated computer analysis ever done on air pollution, Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator Jeffrey Holmstead endorses the Bush Admin.’s controversial Clear Skies Act, which calls for powerplants to cut by 70% emissions of oxides of nitrogen, mercury and sulfur dioxide by 2020. Utilities win long implementation period for new clean-air technology. Makers of diesel engines, meanwhile, point to EPA requirements for 90% emissions cuts by 2007. ...
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