Quantcast
Home / Commentary / Stringent ozone standard could cost Idaho millions (access required)

Stringent ozone standard could cost Idaho millions (access required)

On November 25, EPA proposed a new, lower primary National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone, an air pollutant that is a major component of smog. Because the Mountain West, including Idaho, already faces high background levels of ozone, a lower standard would pose serious compliance risks and could result in substantial new burdens ...

About Emily Schilling and Marie Bradshaw Durrant