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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing a proposal under the Clean Air Act that would waive requirements for systems used at gas station pumps to capture potentially harmful gasoline vapors while refueling cars. The proposal is part of the Obama Administration's initiative to review outdated and redundant rules and ensure that regulations are beneficial without being unnecessarily burdensome Nike Outlet Online to American businesses.
Beginning in 2013, states that meet the new criteria would have the option to do away with vapor recovery systems at the pump since an estimated 70 percent of all vehicles will be equipped by then with on board systems that capture these vapors. The result of the proposal would be the continued protection of air quality and public health while potentially saving affected gas stations more than $3,000 annually.
I'll still be driving my 1995 car in 2013. Why would this be a recurring cost to gas stations to the tune of Cheap Air Max 2016 Black Red Blue Clearance $3k each year? Nike Outlet Online And it has to be a joke that station owners will pass the savings down to the consumer. It might be 0.00001 cents per gallon. Maybe if 95% of the cars in a state were produced after 2006, then it would be ok. I wonder if the state DMVs know the average age of all of the cars licensed in their state? That would be an interesting map. Doesn't the EPA have bigger polluters to go after? Why would the bother changing the 'normal' way of doing things now?