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Eastman Chemical

Eastman Chemical of Kingsport, Tennessee, proposes regulatory relief for its manufacturing operations in exchange for instituting a voluntary emissions reduction program. Specifically, Eastman seeks a site-specific delisting of biosludge burned in its boilers, exempting the biosludge as a hazardous waste from existing and future Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Boiler and Industrial Furnace rules and Clean Air Act (CAA) Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards. In exchange for this regulatory flexibility, the company offers voluntary volatile organic compound emissions reductions through a combination of pollution prevention projects, new equipment, and improved air pollution control equipment.

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