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October 1, 2009

Pittsburgh Claims to be Unaffected by New De-Icing Regulations

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIA) in the US has claimed that it will be unaffected by new de-icing regulations set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA proposal requires all airports to collect 20% of the runoff caused by de-icing chemicals that could dilute water

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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIA) in the US has claimed that it will be unaffected by new de-icing regulations set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The EPA proposal requires all airports to collect 20% of the runoff caused by de-icing chemicals that could dilute water sources.

The airport believes it currently collects 60% of its runoff and has played its part in protecting the environment by using a de-icing pad since 2002.

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