Agency looks to clamp down on power station emissions

The Environment Agency is planning to tighten up limits on emissions of acid gases from coal-fired power stations in England and Wales. The regulator also plans to go considerably further than constraints under the EU large combustion plant Directive (LCPD) - although it has decided not to press for costly NOx abatement technology.

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