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New EPA Rules Subject Georgia Power To Severe Emissions Restrictions at Planned Plants

April 26, 2024 / by

John Deem /

Savannah Morning News

Stan Meiburg, former DRA in Region 4 and Region 6 and Acting Deputy Administrator, was quoted in Savannah Morning News about EPA’s recently announced power plant rules and how they will affect utilities and consumers.

After Overshadowing Climate Talks, The Myth of ‘Circularity’ Looms Over the UN Plastics Treaty

April 24, 2024 / by

Judith Enck and Pamela Miller /


Judith Enck, former EPA Region 2 Administrator, co-authored an op-ed with Pamela Miller in Fortune about the UN Plastics Treaty and calls for reduction requirements in plastic production and the phaseout of hazardous plastic chemicals.

The EPA Has Done Nearly Everything It Can to Clean Up This Town. It Hasn’t Worked.

April 15, 2024 / by

Lisa Song /


Mike Koerber, former Deputy Director, Office of Air Quality and Planning Standards, Office of Air and Radiation, was quoted in ProPublica about how a new EPA rule that requires fenceline monitoring could help Calvert City, KY, address severe community pollution.

Experts: EPA Chemical Plant Emissions Rule a Win for WV Communities

April 15, 2024 / by

Nadia Ramlagan /

Public News Service

Jeremy Symons, Senior Advisor to EPN, was quoted in Public News Service about a new EPA rule requiring select chemical plants in West Virginia and other states to lower pollution of ethylene oxide, chloroprene, and other cancer-causing pollutants and report their emissions to EPA.

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