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Maybe the EPA will fulfill FOIA requests after they’re done trying to regulate your grill emissions

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By Doug Powers  •  March 13, 2015 01:03 PM

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The Environmental Protection Agency operates at a pace slower than a snail weighed down with several pounds of emissions control devices when it comes to fulfilling FOIA requests, but when it comes to finding a way to add to the cost of your back yard grilling, they will always have the time and money to expedite that process:

The Environmental Protection Agency has its eyes on pollution from backyard barbecues.

The agency announced that it is funding a University of California project to limit emissions resulting in grease drippings with a special tray to catch them and a “catalytic” filtration system.

The $15,000 project has the “potential for global application,” said the school.

The school said that the technology they will study with the EPA grant is intended to reduce air pollution and cut the health hazards to BBQ “pit masters” from propane-fueled cookers.
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The grant is part of the EPA’s “National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity and the Planet (2014).”

I wonder how many thousands of miles EPA officials will fly to make sure our grill emissions aren’t destroying the planet.

Can’t wait to see what the EPA thinks about this one:

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