Air quality board set to adopt smog plan with voluntary measures for ports, tougher rules on refineries
from Los Angeles Times
Southern California air quality regulators are poised to adopt a pollution-reduction plan Friday that relies on voluntary measures from ports, warehouses and rail yards responsible for much of the region's harmful emissions. The South Coast Air Quality Management District board also appears likely to adopt a tougher regulatory stance toward oil refineries as part of a plan to ease the nation's worst smog and reduce its harm to the health of Southern Californians over the next 15 years.
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