grain elevator Mississippi River USDA photo by Anson Eaglin
Grain elevators on the Mississippi River near the port of New Orleans, LA

Grain elevator regulatory changes on hold

New Source Performance Standards for grain elevators amendment that was proposed in 2014 now moved to inactive status.

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for grain elevators amendment has been moved to inactive status on the Trump Administration’s regulatory agenda.

The NSPS for grain elevators was initially proposed in 1977 and promulgated in 1978. The Environmental Protection Agency proposed amendments to the NSPS in 2014. In these actions, EPA identified particulate matter (PM) as the criteria air pollutant emitted in the largest quantities from grain elevators. PM is emitted when gr

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