Represented power generation company in development of state rules regarding control of mercury emissions from coal fired power plants.
Filed a unique Title III petition with EPA to delist allegedly hazardous air emissions on behalf of a major manufacturing trade association.
Secured withdrawal of state RACT requirements that would have severely disadvantaged a major industrial client, based on arguments that the state had no authority to implement its proposal.
Developed argument for a manufacturing client as to the inapplicability of the Clean Air Act provisions on aggregating certain sources as a single source due to proximity and other factors.
Assisted Client in analyzing emission trading issues under Title V, CSAPR and the Clean Power Plan associated with the potential closure of a coal fired power plant.
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