By Karl B. Tolenhoff, Geoffrey S. Becker, Claudia Copeland, Carol Hardy Vincent
This publication bargains with the eradication of illnesses that pose a probability to the healthiness of animals, flora and fauna and people. It contains constructing a secure and healthy nutrition offer and the simplest practices in environmental stewardship, animal healthiness and health.
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17 For additional information on the Clean Air Act, see CRS Report RL30798, Environmental Laws: Summaries of Statutes Administered by the Environmental Protection Agency, by Susan Fletcher, coordinator. 18 Under the act, EPA establishes primary ambient air quality standards at a level sufficient to protect the public health. EPA also is authorized to establish secondary ambient air quality standards designed to protect the public welfare. 19 For additional information,, see CRS Report RL33254, Air Quality: EPA’s 2006 Changes to the Particulate Matter (PM) Standard, by Robert Esworthy and James E.
18 State and local air quality officials were concerned that, like the fugitive emissions issue, EPA could define “source” in such a way that emissions from AFOs do not rise to a threshold of regulatory concern. In their view, this would be contrary to federal court rulings in cases concerning applicability of CERCLA and EPCRA reporting requirements to AFOs. States and localities believe that the laws should be interpreted liberally to accomplish goals of cleaning up and maintaining clean air. Other Animal Producers Critical comments on the agreement also were submitted by some industry groups that did not participate in negotiations with EPA to develop the program, but might be expected to participate in the agreement.
13, fall 2004, p. 5. S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Animal Feeding Operations Consent Agreement and Final Order,” 70 Federal Register 4958, January 31, 2005. 7 70 Federal Register 16266, March 30, 2005. 8 70 Federal Register 4970, January 31, 2005. 9 70 Federal Register 4964, January 31, 2005. 10 California, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Wisconsin. 11 Brent Newell et al. (representatives of six environmental organizations), letter to Christine Todd Whitman (EPA Administrator), May 5, 2003, pp.
Animal Agriculture Research Progress by Karl B. Tolenhoff, Geoffrey S. Becker, Claudia Copeland, Carol Hardy Vincent