Clean Air Act Policy Change: How the End of the 'Once In, Always In' Policy Could Impact Major Source Emitters

The EPA recently announced it is withdrawing the 'Once In, Always In' policy for the classification of major sources of hazardous air pollutants under section 112 of the Clean Air Act. What does this policy change mean for you? 

Watch our webinar with Arcadis to learn: 

  • An overview of the 'Once In, Always In' policy
  • The difference between 'Major Source' and 'Area Source' classification
  • What this policy withdrawal could mean for you and how to prepare
  • How to understand compliance obligations and use them to drive better decision making