EPA Proposes to Redesignate Crittenden County, Ark., as Attaining the Ozone Standard

EPA Proposes to Redesignate Crittenden County, Ark., as Attaining the Ozone Standard
DALLAS – (Jan. 28, 2016) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to approve the state of Arkansas’ request to designate Crittenden County, Ark., as attaining the federal 2008 ozone standard. Crittenden County lies within the tri-state greater Memphis area, and had been included in the area’s designation of nonattainment for the standard. The Memphis area as a whole has also been redesignated as attaining the standard
EPA Proposes to Redesignate Crittenden County, Ark., as Attaining the Ozone Standard
Source: EPA Air quality news

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