The links between burning fossil fuels and adverse health impacts continue to grow. Four recent studies show that sharply reducing our dependence on fossil fuels would result in significant health and economic benefits for our society.
Chesapeake PSR has testified in opposition to certain aspects of a proposed rulemaking in Maryland on nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions from large Municipal Waste Combustors (MWCs).
USEPA rejected the Maryland Department of the Environment's challenge on SO2 emissions, saying the state does not meet federal air quality standards. Now Maryland must come up with a plan to reduce pollution from the Wagner coal-fired power plant south of Baltimore in Anne Arundel County.