The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will begin accepting public comments on its expensive regulation to reduce smog-forming ozone pollution this Wednesday. The Hill,
The proposed rule is set to be published Wednesday in the Federal Register, according to a notice. That will start the clock on a 90-day period in which any individual, company, group or other entity can submit input to the agency.
The regulation, unveiled last month, would reduce the acceptable concentration of ground-level ozone in the air to between 65 and 70 parts per billion, down from the current 75.