N.D., EPA to settle haze dispute
FARGO -- Environmental health officials in North Dakota and the Environmental Protection Agency will try to end in less than two months a longstanding feud over haze reduction.
The crux of the disagreement is which technology to control emissions is the most effective and least costly way to reduce haze from the smokestacks of coal-fired power plants in North Dakota.
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