EPA wants to lower the ozone standard. However, there’s a glaring flaw:
This Map Shows Why EPA’s New Ozone Standard Makes No Sense
EPA ignores pollution floating to the United States from places like China and Mexico.
On this #FreeEnterpriseFriday, we feature The Squirrelz, a company that upcycles otherwise unusable clothing from Shanghai factories to make new clothing and accessories. The Squirrelz was a winner at the Beijing competition.
Upcycling from Waste to High Fashion
In Shanghai alone, there are 6,000 apparel-manufacturing factories. These factories produce just a fraction of the merchandise that consumers see on store shelves—but they also produce a hefty number of defective products that never make it to store
EPA wants to lower the ozone standard. However, there’s a glaring flaw in how the agency decided to lower it from 75 parts per billion (ppb) to a range between 65 to 70 ppb: It ignores pollution floating to the United States from over...