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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Great Lakes Mercury Emission Reduction Strategy

Great Lakes Mercury Emission Reduction Strategy

The goal of this Strategy is to reduce mercury emissions within the Great Lakes states and to develop mercury reduction approaches that might serve as an example in other jurisdictions. This effort is meant to produce institutionalized activities to sustain mercury emissions reduction from new and existing sources whose mercury emissions have not been regulated, and from sources where regulations have been implemented but additional cost-effective reductions can be achieved.


Great Lakes Regional Collaboration

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Date of Publication:
December 7, 2010

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