Protect Manufacturing Investment
New Regulations Threaten Manufacturers’ Investment in Innovation and Jobs
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What’s Going On:
The challenge: EPA has proposed imposing stricter air regulations on U.S. that would not only hurt existing manufacturing facilities but could also jeopardize both American manufacturing competitiveness and current and future investments in innovation, including new clean energy manufacturing, that are critical to addressing climate change.
What we’re doing about it: The NAM is rallying manufacturers to urge EPA to reconsider its proposal and urging Congress, if given the opportunity, to oppose these harmful tightened regulations. Protecting manufacturers’ ability to invest in the development of innovative modern technologies that address air quality, reduce emissions and protect the environment, while protecting manufacturing jobs and growing the economy is a top priority.
Using Our Voice:
Take action below. Together, we can make sure that the voice of our industry reaches key decision makers in Washington who can oppose these harmful regulations and protect manufacturers from unnecessary red tape that will weaken America’s competitiveness.
Don’t miss the latest news and insights from the NAM newsroom and the media on manufacturers’ work to educate the EPA and Congress to on why these regulations threaten manufacturers ability to invest in themselves and the workforce.
- NAM Resource: What They Are Saying
- NAM Story: NAM Speaks Out Against New EPA Regulations February 28, 2023
- Bloomberg Law: EPA Soot Rule Faces Pressure From Both Advocates and Industry Feb. 22, 2022
- Fox Business: Manufacturers to EPA: We’re leading air quality gains, we don’t need more rules February 21, 2023
- NAM Story: NAM Pushes Back on Harmful New Air Regulations February 9, 2023
- NAM Press Release: Manufacturers: Improving Air Quality Is a Top Priority; EPA Announcement Is the Wrong Approach January 6, 2023
- NAM Press Release: Manufacturers Urge Caution on EPA “Good Neighbor” Plan March 11, 2022
Manufacturers have long led the way in efforts to reduce air pollution and improve air quality. Yet, new proposed regulations from the federal government will work against these efforts instead of bolstering them. Learn more: https://t.co/mx54QB596G pic.twitter.com/rp0KLirIaf
— The NAM (@ShopFloorNAM) March 2, 2023