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NMA releases statement on EPA withdrawal from uranium rule

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Global Mining Review,


The National Mining Association (NMA) released the following statement from Hal Quinn, President and CEO, regarding the 19 October announcement concerning the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) withdrawal of 40 CFR Part 192: Proposed Rulemaking.

It stated: “EPA’s action finalises the withdrawal of a fundamentally flawed rule that was yet another hangover from the regulatory overreach of the prior administration. Like so many other proposals from that overzealous regulatory marathon, it failed to articulate a risk that justified the rulemaking, ignored the need for a realistic cost-benefit analysis, and underestimated compliance costs and impacts to small businesses.”

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/22102018/nma-releases-statement-on-epa-withdrawal-from-uranium-rule/

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