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Oklahoma Clean Air Plan

Clean Air Plan for Oklahoma Reduces Pollution

EPA is taking final action on a clean air plan that will improve visibility in national parks and wilderness areas and protect public health from the damaging effects of the pollutants from three Oklahoma power plants. EPA is approving most of the state’s plan and is finalizing a federal plan that requires three Oklahoma power plants to reduce sulfur dioxide (SO2) pollution.

As with all EPA clean air plans, should the State of Oklahoma submit a clean air plan for the remaining three plants consistent with Clean Air Act requirements, EPA would consider that plan and potentially approve the Oklahoma plan, as EPA has done for many other states.

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