EQB

AcronymDefinition
EQBEnvironmental Quality Board
EQBEqualizer Booster (vintage Car Audio Device)
EQBEuropean Quality Beef (food standards)
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a discretionary account administered by the EQB and disbursed by its
This toolbox is one of many state resources that local governments can draw from as they address concerns that arise on the topic of silica sand mining," said Will Seuffert, executive director of the EQB.
Other approvals, including that by the Independent Regulatory Review Commission, still are needed before the EQB action is final.
At the same meeting, the EQB voted unanimously to establish an advisory committee to guide the GEIS study.
132) EQB granted the stays delaying the expiration of the selenium
10] concentrations at both sites did not exceed the maximum daily permissible limit established by the EQB (50 [micro]g/[m.
We urge the House and Senate committees and the IRRC to join the EQB in moving these rules forward speedily," said Jarrett.
DEP has been charged with studying the issue and reporting back to the EQB with its recommendation.
The EQB approved the environmental impact statement despite the objections of various federal and state agencies and the observations made during public hearings about deficiencies and incorrect information in the document," said Luis Jorge Rivera of the Initiative for Sustainable Development.
The genesis of the Pennsylvania rule was in August 2004 when PennFuture formally filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board (EQB) on behalf of 10 public health, sporting, women's rights and environmental and conservation organizations, asking the EQB to enact a regulation requiring coal-fired power plants to reduce their mercury emissions by 90 percent.
6 million to the EQB, which had originally sought a fine of US$96.
The genesis of the Pennsylvania rule was in August 2004, when PennFuture formally filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board (EQB) on behalf of 10 public health, sporting, women's rights and environmental and conservation organizations, asking the EQB to enact a regulation requiring coal-fired power plants to reduce their mercury emissions by 90 percent.