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EPA’s 30 Percent By 2030 Plan

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is rolling out a plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 percent by 2030, setting the first national limits on the chief gas linked to global warming.

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Hanna Calls On EPA To Ditch Effort To Regulate Farms

 

Congressman Richard Hanna is speaking out against proposals by the EPA and Army Corp of Engineers to expand federal regulations that would negatively impact local farmers.

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Hanna Supports Bill To Curb EPA Overreach

A bill to limit the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to revoke a permit after it was approved has moved forward in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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Photo: Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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New York Getting All Fired Up About Wood Heating

New York is getting all fired up about wood heating, awarding a total of three million dollars to 18 researchers and businesses throughout the state.

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CRC E10 vs E15 Study Outcome Ruffles EPA, DOE Feathers

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The debate on using more ethanol in gasoline is back in the news with a newly released report from a non-profit research group.

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DEC Looking For Participants For Air Quality Program

Albany, NY (WIBX) - The Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for participants to take air samples in their communities.

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EPA Mandates Training on Lead and Asbestos for Contractors
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County Extending Lead & Asbestos Abatement Training

A new law enacted earlier this year, mandates that all Contractors and Landlords working in pre-1978 buildings obtain an EPA firm license in Lead Safety Training. And today, Oneida County announced the extension of two training programs to better serve Oneida County residents.

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