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Author Topic: Chainsaw vs. Auto Emissions  (Read 10680 times)

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Offline quietrangr

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Re: Chainsaw vs. Auto Emissions
« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2010, 08:56:16 PM »
Sometimes regulations are good, and they always create opportunities for inventive people which we Americans used to be.  

Next thing you know, they will be wanting to regulate the gas *I* expel after drinking a couple of beers and eating some of those pickled eggs Al mentioned. 

From the EPA:

If GHG emissions from agricultural sources are regulated under the
CAA, numerous farming operations that currently are not subject to the
costly and time-consuming Title V permitting process would, for the
first time, become covered entities. Even very small agricultural
operations would meet a 100-tons-per-year emissions threshold. For
example, dairy facilities with over 25 cows, beef cattle operations of
over 50 cattle, swine operations with over 200 hogs, and farms with
over 500 acres of corn may need to get a Title V permit.

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Re: Chainsaw vs. Auto Emissions
« Reply #21 on: February 19, 2010, 11:14:15 AM »
I don't know whether to laugh or cry at that, quietrangr.

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