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Ohio Clean Air Act Enforcement

Case Overview

Many industrial facilities in Ohio emit illegal amounts of air pollution, operating with illegal permits or no permits at all. The Environmental Protection Agency should have taken steps long ago but has failed to so do. Earthjustice is suing to force the agency to do its job.

Case ID

3630

Case Updates

February 2, 2011 | Feature

A Success Story, with Many Chapters Still to Come

The Clean Air Act has substantially improved the lives of millions of Americans. Polluting industries have fought progress every step of the way. To protect your right to breathe, Earthjustice is working to ensure polluting industries don’t stand in the way of clean air protections.

January 10, 2006 | Legal Document

Ohio Title V Reply Brief from Ohio PIRG

Tries to compel EPA to take steps toward forcing Ohio to properly regulate its polluters in compliance with the Clean Air Act's Title V (Aug 18, 2003)

January 10, 2006 | Legal Document

Ohio Title V Opening Brief from Ohio PIRG

Tries to compel EPA to take steps toward forcing Ohio to properly regulate its polluters in compliance with the Clean Air Act's Title V (Aug 18, 2003)

January 10, 2006 | Legal Document

Ohio Title V Merits Brief from EPA

Argues against Earthjustice's attempt to compel the EPA to take steps toward forcing Ohio to properly regulate its polluters in compliance with the Clean Air Act's Title V (Aug 12, 2003)

January 10, 2006 | Legal Document

Ohio Title V Merits Brief from the State of Ohio (Revised Final)

Argues that the EPA must crack down on the state of Ohio for its chronic failure to properly implement the Clean Air Act's Title V, which is designed to ensure that power plants, incinerators, and other major polluters comply with air pollution limits (Au

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