Airports and airlines have united to warn that a proposed US Environmental Protection Agency rule on limiting discharges from airport deicing operations would be highly costly, compromise safety and impede efficient operations during winter months. An EPA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking calls for new regulations on "wastewater associated with the deicing of aircraft and airfield pavement at primary commercial airports." The agency claims that "large amounts of [deicing] ...

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