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September 09, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

EPA's Browner Wants to Broaden Acid Rain Market: At a Washington conference on business opportunities in the clean air market, agency Administrator Carol Browner said she would propose allowing large industrial facilities to "opt in" to the existing market in air pollution rights that is currently dominated by electric utilities. Browner said she hopes the expansion of pollution trading will create opportunities outside the utility sector.

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