EPA Calls for Study at 15 Airports

An Environmental Protection Agency rule approved Dec. 14 calls for a yearlong study of lead levels at 15 airports. The rule revises the monitoring requirements for lead emissions from a variety of sources to better assess if areas are complying with the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. AOPA Online
Editor’s Note: Read the article to see that 30% of the airports in question are in California – no surprise there.