OMA Opposes EPA’s Emissions Reporting Updates

The U.S. EPA last summer announced proposed updates to its Air Emissions Reporting Requirements. The updates would pose a major regulatory burden to affected businesses, which would see compliance costs grow by more than $3 billion, according to the EPA’s own estimates.

The OMA recently submitted comments in opposition to the proposed updates, spotlighting the EPA’s proposed mandatory Hazardous Air Pollutants reporting; mandatory PFAS air emission reporting; elimination of confidentiality protections; and a new “potential to emit standard.” Read the OMA’s comments. 12/12/2023