Search Results for Press Release, Ozone Regulations

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  • Manufacturers and Businesses: Listen to Our Mayors on Ozone

    19 June 2015 | Press Release

    The National Association of Manufacturers, along with 99 associations and business groups representing businesses, employees and manufacturers from nearly every industry and every state across the country, sent a letter to President Obama, urging him to retain the current standard for ground-level ozone.

  • Poll Shows More Than Two-Thirds of Americans Are Happy with Their Air Quality

    18 June 2015 | Press Release

    According to a poll released by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), 67 percent rate their local air quality as excellent or good and more than half oppose stricter federal environmental regulations on local businesses.

  • Manufacturers to Congressional Leaders: Ozone Regulation Will Hamper Growth and Opportunity

    16 June 2015 | Press Release

    National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Vice President of Energy and Resources Policy Ross Eisenberg testified at a joint House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade and Subcommittee on Energy and Power hearing.

  • NAM: Proposed Ozone Rule Still The Most Costly

    26 February 2015 | Press Release | Author: Jamie Hennigan

    An update of the landmark study conducted by NERA Economic Consulting and commissioned by the NAM reveals that the more stringent ozone standard proposed by the EPA could reduce GDP by $140 billion per year and carry a compliance price tag of $1.1 trillion.

  • New Ozone Regulation Jeopardizes Manufacturing Comeback

    26 November 2014 | Press Release | Author: Jamie Hennigan

    NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons issued a statement in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) announcement of an expanded ozone standard.

  • NAM: New EPA Ozone Regulations Could Be Costliest in U.S. History

    31 July 2014 | Press Release | Author: Jamie Hennigan

    Washington, D.C., July 31, 2014 – A new study by NERA Economic Consulting and commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers NAM reveals that a more stringent ozone standard from the Obama Administration could reduce GDP by $270 billion per year and carry a compliance price tag of $2.2 trillion from 2017 to 2040, increasing energy costs and placing millions of jobs at risk. At this price, the NAM estimates that it would be the most expensive regulation the U.S. government has ever issued.

  • NAM Statement on Ozone Standards Ruling

    23 July 2013 | Press Release

    National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Vice President of Energy and Resources Policy Ross Eisenberg released this statement in response to the D.C. Circuit Court ruling on the Environmental Protection Agency's 2008 regulation lowering ozone limits under the Clean Air Act: –While we are disappointed that the court disagreed with our arguments on the 2008 standard, we strongly agree with its decision that further reductions in ozone limits are unnecessary. Though the majority of communities in the United States are at or near attainment under currently implemented standards, continuing to move the goalposts will have substantial negative impacts on the broader economy. These impacts will be damaging particularly for manufacturers and other energy-intensive industries in the United States. We urge the Administration to abandon efforts to change these standards further.–

  • Manufacturers: EPA Regulations Will Severely Harm Economic Growth

    28 November 2012 | Press Release

    Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) today released a new study, A Critical Review of the Benefits and Costs of EPA Regulations on the U.S. Economy, which finds six major Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations will cost manufacturers hundreds of billions of dollars and cause the loss of several million jobs. The study, conducted by ndp|consulting, also finds these regulations will produce negative net benefits to society.

  • Administrations About-Face on Job-Killing Ozone Standard Offers Glimmer of Hope, But Manufacturers Face Barrage of Regulations

    02 September 2011 | Press Release

    Washington, D.C. - National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons issued this statement today following President Obama's request that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) halt its discretionary reconsideration of current ozone air quality standards:

  • Administration Should Abandon Discretionary Reconsideration of Ozone Standard

    12 August 2011 | Press Release

    Washington, D.C. - National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons issued this statement following the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) announcement that it needs more time to finalize the proposed ozone standard:

  • State Manufacturing Associations Urge Administration to Stop New Ozone Standards

    11 August 2011 | Press Release

    Washington, D.C. – Today, 35 state manufacturing associations joined the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) in asking President Obama not to move forward with the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). The state associations cautioned the President that this proposal will create more uncertainty for manufacturers and increase compliance costs for each state, which will hurt job growth.

  • Manufacturers: Ozone Standard Delay a Step in the Right Direction, but Uncertainty Looms and Jobs Remain at Risk

    26 July 2011 | Press Release

    Washington, D.C. - National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons issued this statement following the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) announcement that it will miss its July 29 deadline on proposed ozone standards:

  • Joint Press Release - Americas Business Leaders Identify Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations as Major Threat to Job Creation and Economic Recovery

    20 July 2011 | Press Release

    Washington – Business Roundtable, American Chemistry Council, American Petroleum Institute, National Association of Manufacturers and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today urged the EPA to delay issuing new ozone standards until 2013, when a review of air quality standards is required by law.