March ’22 at-a-glance … environment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed more stringent standards to reduce emissions from commercial-delivery trucks and short-haul tractors beginning […]


February ’22 at-a-glance … environment

NAFEM continues to work with a broad, industry coalition to address Quebec’s Ministry of Environment and Fight Against Climate Change (MOE) […]


January ’22 at-a-glance … environment

An industry coalition, which includes guidance from NAFEM, is forming a working group to assess how to best comply with […]


December at-a-glance … environment

A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of the Army proposed rule  seeks comments on the agencies’ intent to […]


November at-a-glance…environment

Work is in process to respond to the six-month “tolerance” granted by Quebec’s Ministry of Environment and Fight Against Climate Change (MOE) […]


October at-a-glance … environment

Quebec’s Ministry of Environment and Fight Against Climate Change (MOE) has granted six months’ tolerance beyond the original implementation deadline for the province’s […]


EPA issues Final Rule on HFC phase down

U.S. hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) production and imports are slated to be cut by 85 percent over 15 years from 2011-2013 baselines, […]


September at-a-glance … environment

Sweden’s HYBRIT announced that it has produced the world’s first carbon-free steel. Traditional steel is created in blast furnaces using […]


August at-a-glance … environment

Since Berkley, California’s 2019 ordinance banning natural gas hook-ups in new buildings, 49 of the state’s cities have adopted similar […]


July at-a-glance … environment

In its July 6 comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), NAFEM urged the agency to fully consider the […]