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Some people out there have made some truly moronic statements about getting rid of the companies if they can't clean up their acts. Look in your own house. I'll bet that there are cans of cleaning agents for the house or cars that are tossed into the garbage without thinking twice about what happens to the toxins from that refuse. What about the expired medicinal products that get flushed. And if these companies do move to another location to meet that countries criteria, what happens to your family, friends, or even your business? Soon hopefully, the epa will look in your own house, what will they find? Will you move, maybe, hopefully you'll move to another country!
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It's not like they haven't had years of advance notice to gear themselves up for the expense that will be incurred to meet standards.
4 years since the study was first commissioned and countless years before then that we knew these kinds of caps would be coming eventually. How many companies bothered to wake themselves up and see the writing on the wall and either make changes to lower emmisions or budget enough to meet the cost in the near future?
if the state won't clean up these places, the epa needs to step in
either clean up or shut them down
EPA is such a joke. They are way to big, just like the rest of Federal Govt.