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Dow Chem. Co. v. EPA

ELR Citation: ELR 20001
Nos. Nos. 78-3139 et al., 635 F.2d 559/15 ERC 1458/(6th Cir., 12/09/1980)

The court rules that because the 1977 amendments to the Clean Air Act require national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) to be met by continuous rather than intermittent emissions controls, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) properly declared Midland County, Michigan a "nonattainment area" and refused to approve a state-approved revis...

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