Reducing the current ozone standard of 77 parts per billion to 65 ppb could carry a compliance price tag of $1.1 trillion, the National Association of Manufacturers has charged in an updated analysis of the proposed EPA rule.
EPA today strengthened its ozone standard, lowering the limit to 70 ppb in an effort to protect public health. Business groups said the standard was expensive, unnecessary and would lead to job losses....More
The charges come more than a year after authorities arrested six officials from Shanghai Husi Food Co, an OSI subsidiary, that operated a factory shut down for allegedly mixing out-of-date meat with fresh product....More
One German media outlet reported over the weekend that Bosch, which produced the device at the center of the storm, warned Volkswagen as early as 2007 that it was meant for testing only and that road use would be illegal....More