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“I have to tell you, A former Governor of Lagos State, after the investigation closed.C. on April 11 issued a ruling that vacates an Environmental Protection Agency rule that exempts some feedlots from pollution reporting requirementsThe case is Waterkeeper Alliance et al v US Environmental Protection Agency in the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit It overturns an EPA rule in 2008 that exempted all but the largest facilities — confined animal feeding operations — from some requirements related to the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act"Now that the DC circuit court has ruled it will be up to Congress to pass legislation clarifying their intentions" says Scott Ressler environmental services director with the North Dakota Stockmen’s AssociationIf that should fail beef industry lobbyists will need to push for appropriation language that "prohibits the EPA from using funds to enforce CERCLA reporting requirements against farms" he saysScott Yager environmental counsel for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says the requirements don’t take effect for 45 days until late May"This might not be the end of the story as far as the lawsuit goes" he says noting there are judicial administrative and legislative optionsPreliminary "back-of-the-envelope" estimates by the NCBA the National Pork Producers Council and others show that cattle operations of as few as 208 animals might produce enough ammonia to trigger reporting Yager says He adds that EPA officials didn’t want to impose the rules on livestock because their impact is more diffused than things like chlorine gas explosions for which the rules were initially created"It was designed for reporting acute releases for public health" he saysCounting costRessler says that if the ruling stands it is possible that it is impractical or excessively costly to determine whether their emissions exceed thresholds He says it also shifts regulatory authority onto the Department of Emergency Management which has no history with applying the rules to the livestock industry He says some of the emissions reporting might be inappropriate for the colder climate in the Northern Great Plains Julie Ellingson executive director of the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association says it’s another case of the courts and environmental groups "pushing us" to report on rules that are appropriate to manufacturing operationsAll sizes nowThe ruling means feeding operations of all sizes are subject to CERCLA and EPCRA hazardous substances reporting requirementsMurray Feldman a partner in the Holland & Hart LLP firm in Boise Idaho says he’s telling his clients that the reporting rules apply to all livestock producers regardless of size He says even if the industry manages to cut funding for EPA enforcement that doesn’t prevent non-governmental organizations and citizen groups from pursuing actions against producers in courtThe past exemption roughly followed the EPA definitions of CAFOs for water discharge permits — 1000 or more cattle or 250000 poultry for example Now the reporting will apply to smaller producersFeldman says the added paperwork in itself may not be "burdensome in isolation" but just "adds another step" for the livestock industry The reports could be as simple as applying estimates of release based on agricultural extension service publicationsIt was a call Holley Jemtrud never expected“She called me hysterical telling me she got hurt” said JemtrudJemtrud says her 12-year-old daughter Sabrina was attending a hockey game at Eagles Arena on Saturday night Jan 20 when a piece of the balcony above fell“It was a piece of sheetrock which probably weighs about 70 lbs and my daughter weighs 86 lbs” said JemtrudJemtrud says Sabrina did not have to go to the hospital that night – but did a few days later to have checked out Jemtrud says her daughter had alarge bruise and some trouble walking “She does have a contusion with a lot of bad bruising she’s not allowed to play in gym class for one week or walk on it more than she has to at this point and then they will recheck in another week” said JemtrudThe City Parks Department declined going on camera but they say the building is frequently inspected and they have since firmed up the balcony “It could’ve been much worse it could’ve hit my daughter in the head it could have hit someone else in the head she could be laying in the hospital with a coma she could’ve had a broken leg it could have hit anybody at any time and it should not have happened” said JemtrudJemtrud says Sabrina is still shaken up from the experience and refuses to go places with bleachersRight now the city and Sabrina’s family are looking into whether her medical bills will be covered by the city for Mr. says Ryder, could have failed to see that a reported experiment would have been almost infeasible in practice, “We are trying hard not only Ukraine but also the U.The children were both less than 13 years old at the time of the acts. the payment exercises will hold at Sky-Power Catering.

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