2 thoughts on “Obama War on Coal: EPA’s effluent guidelines put pressure on power plants”

  1. We’ve done a lot to mitigate water pollution, as we have air pollution. The MATS is absurd, much cost and environmental burden to try to remove stuff that’s at harmless levels. This may be more of the same kind of thing.
    Clean air and clean water are worth some cost. The gag is always, how much for how clean?

  2. The EPA is going to end up having us (or… trying…) hunting down molecules through the sand, sorting the beaches and fields of every country, sorting the molecules by type and size and placing them all back where they’re supposed to be.


    But, I think they would still try…. they’ll just WAG and SWAG until they’re happier, then…. scramble it up and start again!

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