The oil and gas pollution control guidelines (formally known as the Control Techniques Guidelines, or CTGs) set a baseline for how oil and gas companies must reduce smog-forming pollution in areas exceeding national pollution limits. These guidelines are needed to help our kids breathe easier and protect their health.
In an attack on public health, EPA has proposed to withdraw these critical clean air guidelines for the oil and gas industry that protect vulnerable communities.
Without these guidelines, the oil and gas industry will be free to continue to emit pollution in the areas with the worst air quality, posing an especially serious threat to children who suffer from asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Take action today and join the growing list of Americans calling for EPA to put American families’ health ahead of corporate polluters and special interests.
Parents oppose withdrawal of Control Technique Guidelines
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