What are EPAs current conclusions from this Second Report to Congress?
The information presented in this report advances scientific knowledge on issues related to atmospheric deposition of pollutants to the Great Waters and confirms the findings and conclusions presented in the First Report to Congress. In general, concentrations of some persistent pollutants in the Great Lakes, as monitored by sample measurements of contaminant levels in the air, water, and biota, appear to have leveled off or declined only slightly in recent years. EPA also has issued draft determinations that the provisions of CAA section 112 are adequate to prevent serious adverse human health effects and serious or widespread environmental effects as a result of atmospheric deposition of HAPs emitted by domestic stationary sources. At this time, EPA believes that there is no information to suggest that additional regulations beyond those authorized or required by section 112 are necessary or appropriate to prevent such effects. The draft determinations will be issued for public notic
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