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Ozone NAAQS

New Ozone Rules Could Be the Most Expensive Ever

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should not change the current ozone standards. The U.S. government has a responsibility to keep federal regulations sensible and not change standards on businesses and consumers needlessly.

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API Recommends EPA retain current NAAQS for Ozone

The American Petroleum Institute (API) supports the option EPA included in the proposal to retain the current primary National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ozone at the level of 0.075 parts per million (ppm). Further, API supports EPA's proposal to retain the form of the secondary standard equal to the primary standard, in this instance at 0.075 ppm. API finds that the science does not support a change in these standards and that the current standards protect public health and welfare with an adequate margin of safety.

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Public Comments on the Proposed Ozone NAAQS

See public comments and testimony regarding the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed Updates to the National Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).

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