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January 28, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--January 21, 2013, to January 25, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed the energy debate surrounding coal and natural gas, regulations pertaining to aboveground storage tanks, and a revision to the defintion of "pollutant" under NSR regulations.
Here’s the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

Death of Coal Greatly Exaggerated--There are pros and cons concerning the use of coal as a source of energy in the United States.

Energy: Natural Gas vs. Coal--A recent GAO report emphasizes the dominating impact of natural gas on the future of coal as an energy source.

Guide to the EPA Rules That Regulate Your ASTs-- Like so many other EPA rules, there is a complex overlapping network of miscellaneous federal statutes and regulations that either directly or indirectly govern aboveground storage tanks (ASTs).

The DOT and OSHA Rules That Regulate Your ASTs-- Here’s how DOT and OSHA regulate ASTs.

Revision to Regulated NSR Pollutant Definition--The EPA has issued an amendment to revise the definition of regulated NSR pollutant by clarifying when condensable particulate matter (PM) should be measured.

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