North Dakota’s air quality regulators achieved a significant victory Friday when the federal Environmental Protection Agency said it would accept the state’s regional haze air quality plan for two disputed power plants.
The decision means neither Minnkota Power Cooperative’s Milton R. Young Station at Center or the Basin Electric Power Cooperative Leland Olds Station at Stanton will have to install the EPA’s preferred pollution technology, saving each operator hundreds of millions of dollars.
Saturday, March 3, 2012
For Archival Purposes: North Dakota Gets Good Report Card on Clean Air
Link here to the Bismarck Tribune.
Posted by Bruce Oksol at 11:25 PM