The U.S. EPA this week finalized its rule to rule to require industrial facilities and power plants in 23 states — including Ohio — to cut their smog-forming nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions. The so-called “Good Neighbor” plan is just one of several air quality and climate regulations the agency is set to unveil. Read more.
The EPA has also proposed new regulations to limit the amount of the PFAS in drinking water. If finalized, public water systems will have three years to comply with the limits. For more, read this insight from OMA Connections Partner Vorys, and this summary from OMA Connections Partner Thompson Hine. 3/16/2023