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Dow Chemical Company, Midland Michigan

Dow Chemical Company proposes a multi-media pollution prevention project they claim will reduce overall air emissions, wastewater requiring treatment, and hazardous waste by an estimated 25 to 30 percent. The project, to be implemented at Dow's Midland, Michigan site, involves regulatory flexibility in several areas: opportunities to test innovative reduction and treatment techniques, faster and more flexible permitting processes, and elimination of duplicate recordkeeping across environmental media. Dow seeks regulatory relief from several Federal environmental statutes including RCRA, CWA, CAA, and CERCLA. Specifically, Dow is seeking flexibility with respect to permitting, monitoring, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements under these laws. Dow also may seek relief under the Michigan Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Code (Act 451).

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