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EPA’s New Source Review Program: Time for Reform?

This Article examines the complex CAA program known as new source review (NSR), which affects virtually every major manufacturing facility and power plant in the United States. The NSR program provides important health and environmental...

United States v. DTE Energy Co.: A Flawed Decision With Implications for the Future Enforceability of New Source Review

In United States v. DTE Energy Co. (DTE), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that EPA may use Clean Air Act New Source Review (NSR) to challenge a source’s preconstruction emission projection on...

The Real Problem With New Source Review

Editors' Summary: When the CAA was amended in 1977, the U.S. Congress imposed pollution control requirements on new stationary sources of air pollution, called new source review (NSR), but exempted existing facilities from such...