EPA Agrees Its Emissions Estimates From Flaring May Be Flawed

Agency says it will re-examine the formulas it uses, based on data provided by industry, and people near oil and gas sites hope that means cleaner air.

BY DAVID HASEMYER

Emissions from the widespread practice of flaring has been a matter of dispute with the EPA, with several environmental groups successfully pressuring the agency to consider recalculating its estimates. Credit: Getty Images
Emissions from the widespread practice of flaring has been a matter of dispute with the EPA, with several environmental groups successfully pressuring the agency to consider recalculating its estimates. Credit: Getty Images

***This could be important for the flares at the Bridgeton Landfill.***
A lot of Volatile Organic Compounds VOC’s are being produced by the fire..
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