and Air Toxics Standard (MATS)?
How much will the EPA’s MATS be worth
to your state? CLICK HERE to find out.
What happens when 40 year old coal-fired electric power plants don’t have modern pollution control systems to remove mercury and other air toxics from their smoke stack emissions? Its not pretty.
These pollutants end up in our environment – and eventually our bodies and those of our neighbors and loved ones.
To safeguard human health against these pollutants, such as mercury – a powerful toxin which effects the brain and nervous system, the Environmental Protection Agency has developed the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard (MATS), which limit these hazardous emissions. To learn more about the EPA’s air toxics standards and how they protect the health of you and your state, visit their website at: