Title: EPA cost estimate of NESHAP for SI stationary engines is $ 115 million /yr

EPA estimates that complying with the reconsidered national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants (NESHAP) for stationary spark-ignition (SI) reciprocating internal combustion engines (RICE) will have an annualized cost of approximately $115 million per year (2009 or 2010 dollars) in the year of full implementation of the rule (2013). The total annualized costs of the reconsidered rule are 55% less than those for the final SI RICE NESHAP promulgated in 2010. Using these costs, EPA estimates in its economic impact analysis that the NESHAP will have limited impacts on the industries affected and their consumers. Using sales data obtained for affected small entities in an analysis of the impacts of this rule on small entities.

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