United States Environmental Protection Agency: Here’s What They’re Saying About Mercury and Air Toxics Standards

Jan 3, 2012 | National Press Clips

On December 21, 2011, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the first national standards to protect American families from power plant emissions of mercury and air toxics. The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham, president of Interfaith Power & Light, among with other environmental, faith, public health and business leaders around the country shared their perspectives about Mercury and Air Toxics Standards. The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham shares, “This is good news for the religious community across America. The finalization of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards shows us that the 40-year old Clean Air Act is still an invaluable tool to carry out our call to be stewards of God’s Creation and to serve the least among us.”

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Release Date: 12/21/2011

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