By Jessica Mennig / 11 March 2018 16:29:55The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued its latest environmental guidance on how it will enforce the new Clean Air Act, setting out the rules for how businesses can comply with new federal standards for outdoor emissions.
In an email sent to businesses and consumers, the EPA said that under the new regulations, businesses will be required to reduce or eliminate indoor air pollution at least once a year.
The rules will apply to all businesses that operate in any type of business in the United States, but it will apply more broadly to small businesses.
The rule sets out a process for businesses to apply for a permit for an indoor air quality improvement project.
Businesses that do not comply with the requirements will be subject to fines.
Under the new rule, businesses can apply for an exemption to comply with an EPA rule, which means that the business can make the changes at the location where they operate.
Business owners are also allowed to opt out of the requirements by providing proof of a different indoor air source.
The new rule will also make it easier for businesses with fewer than 50 employees to apply to receive a permit.
However, only the businesses that meet certain criteria will be able to receive such permits.
The EPA is also looking at the impact of the new rules on small businesses, which are a key source of air pollution in cities across the country.
It will take time to understand the impact on small business owners, the agency said.