EPA seeks to label parts of CT with ‘severe’ noncompliance of federal air quality standards due to smog

John Moritz April 14, 2022. Updated: April 14, 2022 6:54 p.m

Haze or smog dulls the view along the Connecticut Turnpike in Darien by the eastbound rest area in 1988. In the last 30 years, efforts to reduce smog-forming pollutants have proved effective, officials say, but parts of Connecticut remain out of compliance with national air quality standards.File photo / Tom Ryan / Stamford Advocate / Hearst CT Media

(nhregister.com April 14, 2022) Federal regulators are seeking to declare that a wide swath of southwestern Connecticut is in “severe” noncompliance with limits on smog-forming ozone after more than a decade of unsuccessful efforts to control air pollution in the tristate area. Read full article here.

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