The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated January 22 an Environmental Protection Agency rule that exempted sources from monitoring air quality for fine particulate matter before applying for prevention of significant deterioration permits. The court sided with the Sierra Club, saying that the Clean Air Act is rigid in requiring new or modified sources to conduct monitoring, even if facilities only emit small amounts of particulate matter.
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