Midtowner2, 1/12/2012 - 11:35am "Tulsa's air is under increasing stress from industry both on the west side of town, from the refineries, and on the east side of town, from the Lafarge cement plant. The number of 'BAD AIR' days in Tulsa County is now equal to the number in New Jersey.
I also appreciate UTW reporting on this, but it's not strictly true that "Each year the EPA incrementally tightens standards." The EPA has rolled back its regulations on its own when the scientific evidence warranted relaxing the rules. The EPA deserves kudos for respecting and protecting the air we need to breathe, using only the best scientific evidence. It is a federal agency that can be trusted to do what's best for both industry and public health, in my opinion as a layman. (Not affiliated with OKDEQ, EPA, etc.)"
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