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Washington Environmental Council v. Sturdevant

Citation: 41 ELR 20362
No. C11–417 MJP, (W.D. Wash., 12/01/2011) (Pechman, J.)

A district court held that Washington state must establish reasonably available control technology (RACT) for greenhouse gas emissions. Based on its plain language, the RACT provision contained in Washington's federally approved SIP is not discretionary and requires the state's agencies to establish RACT standards for greenhouse gases....

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