EPA says 2018 hardship waiver approval process held up by DOE delays

April 2, 2019 |

In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator has thrown the spotlight on the Department of Energy, blaming them for delays in approving hardship waiver applications from 2018. The approvals were meant to be announced by the end of March but the DOE is yet to send the EPA its input. The administrator expects the delays on DOE’s side will only be for a few more days and then the agency can get moving on approvals.

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