EPA may establish new leaded aviation gasoline standards By Chris Paul


The Environmental Protection Agency solicited public comment on whether it should issue rules to limit air pollution from the use of leaded aviation gasoline. The EPA will be considering comments from the public and continuing conversations with the FAA and industry about issues associated with potential future emission standards. After comments are received, the EPA will consider whether emissions from aircraft using leaded aviation gasoline cause or contribute to air pollution which may be reasonably anticipated to endanger public health or welfare.

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