...the owner having complied with the CAA's New Source Review (NSR) program, which requires stationary source operators to implement pollution-control technologies and...
...facility in a nonattainment area must similarly undergo new source review, or NSR. That review must result in imposition of the "lowest achievable emission...
Industrial facilities in the Philadelphia area have long been acquainted with the air permitting requirements that result from the region's classification as "nonattainment" for purposes of the Natio
...standards imposed under the federal Clean Air Act, the New Source Review (NSR) program has achieved the ignominious distinction as the most controversial - and despised...
Last year saw many important environmental cases in the district and circuit courts and certiorari petitions granted by and pending before the U.S. Supreme Court
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