McAfee & Taft RegLINC - April 2012

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

- 2 Refinery sentenced to pay largest criminal air pollution fine in Louisiana history

- 3 EPA lowers proposed emission limits for chrome electroplating facilities

- 4 EPA may use “sustainable development” as route to increase power EPA delists material from Exxon Mobil’s treating tanks, SIDEBAR

- 5 Industry comments on high consequence area (HCA) expansion $16.8 million fine for public utility, SIDEBAR

- 6 Washington State not liable as arranger for disposal of hazardous waste EPA proposes national uniform emission standards for heat exchange systems

7 SIDEBAR

8 FDA sued for not responding to rulemaking petition on nanoparticles

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