REGULATORY ALERT – ACTION NEEDED BY JULY 31st!

DEP Petition good for Maine business & economy

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection has filed a petition with the Federal EPA to remove most of Maine from the Ozone Transport Region.  As detailed in the DEP’s petition, the change will not impact Maine’s high quality clean air, but will remove burdensome and costly federal regulations that are more onerous than some upwind states that continue to pollute Maine’s air.

MAA is supporting the DEP and your company’s support is needed.  Comment DEADLINE is July 31, 2018

For More Information visit: http://www.maine.gov/dep/comment/comment.html?id=801214

View Documents:

MAA Support for DEP OTR Petition  |  DEP Petition Summary

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Protection & Use of
Our Natural Resources

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ADVOCACY FOR THE SAND AND
GRAVEL INDUSTRY IN MAINE

Protection & Use of Our Natural Resources

Providing information about the MAA’s history, organization, activities, membership and educational resources for the aggregate mining industry and the general public.

Our History

The Maine Aggregate Association (MAA) is the trade association representing owners and operators of stone quarries, sand and gravel pits and recycling facilities that produce construction aggregates.

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What Are Aggregates?

Natural aggregates (crushed stone, sand and gravel)  are among the most abundant natural resources and a major basic raw material used by construction, agriculture, and industries employing complex chemical and metallurgical processes.

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