OMA Members Urged to Oppose U.S. EPA’s Latest Proposed Air Regulations

The U.S. EPA is considering a rule to impose stricter air standards on particulate matter known as PM2.5, even though PM2.5 levels in the U.S. have dropped 44% since 2000. To push back against this unnecessary change, the OMA is working closely with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), which says the rule would force manufacturers to change their operations abruptly.

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On Feb. 21, the U.S. EPA will hold a hearing on the proposal. To participate, sign up here before Feb. 16.

Also, OMA members can support manufacturing interests by using this communication tool to email to key decision makers in D.C. 2/9/2023