Exclusive: EPW report shows new EPA rules will cost more than 800,000 jobs

posted at 8:45 am on September 28, 2010 by Ed Morrissey

Actually, it’s not just the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s minority contingent that fears the loss of nearly a million jobs from new EPA rules on greenhouse gases and other emissions issues.  It’s also groups like the United Steel Workers, Unions for Jobs and the Environment, and experts like King’s College Professor Ragnar Lofstedt.  Hot Air got an exclusive look at a report that the EPW minority staff will release later this morning detailing the economic damage that an activist EPA will do to the American economy, and which will come at perhaps the worst possible time, both economically and politically.

The executive summary spells out the stakes involved in the effort to rein in the EPA:

  • New standards for commercial and industrial boilers: up to 798,250 jobs at risk;
  • The revised National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone: severe restrictions on job creation and business expansion in hundreds of counties nationwide.
  • New standards for Portland Cement plants: up to 18 cement plants at risk of shutting down, threatening nearly 1,800 direct jobs and 9,000 indirect jobs;
  • The Endangerment Finding/Tailoring Rules for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: higher energy costs; jobs moving overseas; severe economic impacts on the poor, the elderly, minorities, and those on fixed incomes; 6.1 million sources subject to EPA control and regulation; and

In fact, the new regulations threaten to put entire industries out of business.  The new standard for boilers, titled “National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Major Sources: Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters” and called the Boiler MACT, creates a standard that literally no producer in the US meets at the moment.  The industry group Industrial Energy Consumers of America (IECA) represents end-user firms that employ 750,000 in various industries, and they concur:

IECA members have 6 units that were part of the best performing units and none can comply with the standards based on the best performing units. Based on the analysis of the data EPA used to develop these standards, it appears that none of the coal-fired boilers in the source category can meet the proposed standards.

What happens when the installed boilers don’t meet the new standard?  Factories and other facilities will have to close, putting jobs in danger and firms already hammered by the recession will lose production days — which will destroy jobs.  That’s why the United Steel Workers have sounded the alarm, insisting that the EPA’s proposal will mean disaster:

“Tens of thousands of these jobs will be imperiled.  In addition, many more tens of thousands of jobs in the supply chains and in the communities where these plants are located also will be at risk.”

Nor are steelworkers the only group at risk.  New industrial standards for Portland cement threaten to stop all American production in the name of environmental protection — and send the work overseas to China, where ironically the standards are more lax and more pollution will result:

“So rather than importing 20 million tons of cement per year, the proposed [rule] will lead to cement imports of more than 48 million tons per year. In other words, by tightening the regulations on U.S. cement kilns, there will be a risk transfer of some 28 million tons of cement offshore, mostly to China.”Professor Ragnar Lofstedt, Kings College (London)

Again, no facility in the US meets the standards proposed by the EPA.  Imposition of these standards would at least temporarily close almost 20 percent of all American cement producers and reduce long-term cement production from 8-15%.  The cement that will be needed for construction demand will have to be imported, primarily from China, which is expanding their cement production using environmental standards significantly below current American standards.  In other words, we can expect more pollution, not less — just outsourced along with the jobs in the industry.

Watch for the full report later today at the EPW Minority Caucus website.


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The AWMD is the CA equivalent of the EPA and they have been persecuting businesses for years.Even Dry Cleaners need Lobbyists. This is a major cause of our recession. And yes, I totally believe the legislature is holding businesses hostage over 23. You have no idea of the zeal of these morons.

PattyJ on September 28, 2010 at 11:33 AM

I’m surprised the EPA hasn’t banned farming too. Maybe that’s next.

Jeff on September 28, 2010 at 9:45 AM

You’re behind the times, my friend. For over a year now, the EPA has been reviewing their regulations on “earth-borne particulates” – dust. While spokestools for the EPA say they’re not interested in regulating farming, the new regs contain a large section on agricultural dust, which makes their denials seem, uh, disingenuous at best.

Regulate farm dust and you’ll drive agricultural productivity down, kill jobs and shutter farm businesses all while driving food prices sharply upward. Just the thing a beleaguered economy needs, eh?

The common theme between the dust regs and the CO2 regs is that it would put the EPA in charge of phenomenon which are a)a natural consequence of life, b)unavoidable without the deaths of billions and c)would place the economic future of the country into the hands of a few unelected bureaucrats.

In my estimation eliminating the EPA outright would be penny wise but pound foolish. We do have ecological problems that we face. We do need a government partner which can study and recommend. But we don’t need that partner to have summary authority to act without any guidance from Congress. The solution is for Congress to rein the EPA in by passing legislation which reduces the status of all EPA recommendations to that of “findings”. Strip them of any independent rule-making authority and make them work with Congress to create actual legislative rules based on their “findings”.

Cheers.

MH

martin.hale on September 28, 2010 at 11:51 AM

He is the DOTUS………

Don’t doubt the one…….PappyD61

PappyD61 on September 28, 2010 at 12:02 PM

What can we do against such recklessness?

Half of our country seems bent on destroying us all.

scotash on September 28, 2010 at 12:09 PM

WOW! came in late for this one.

abobo on September 28, 2010 at 12:23 PM

martin.hale on September 28, 2010 at 11:51 AM

Don’t forget this. Gotta protect the planet, doesn’t matter if we starve and thousands of undocumented workers are prevented from doing jobs we won’t do!

Oldnuke on September 28, 2010 at 1:13 PM

My husband works for a company that makes concrete construction pipes. Everywhere we go lately, their pipes are laying by the side of the road, being put in with gubmint stimulus money. So the gubmint is going to pay for these pipes to be installed,while at the same time, banning their manufacture in the U.S.

These people are insane? Yes?

Kristamatic on September 28, 2010 at 1:22 PM

I’m still pissed at the EPA letter to Ohio Ed posted denying us access to an effective insecticide to kill bedbugs, because of a possible risk to children. What about the unfortunate family with NO children who has a bedbug problem. They’re getting bit, while the EPA is “protecting” them. Protect me from those who want to protect me!

Paul-Cincy on September 28, 2010 at 1:25 PM

I am in the Building Design Industry, (another industry that will be severely affected), and this is sickening beyond words.

Susanboo on September 28, 2010 at 1:28 PM

martin.hale on September 28, 2010 at 11:51 AM

Do you think you can trust the “findings”, if the organization is full of zealous environmentalists?

Once an organization’s culture is corrupted, it’s extremely difficult to clean it up.

The old EPA must die. Its successor must not be recruited from the old organization. And institutional safeguards must be built in to prevent its findings from being politically corrupted. The era of scientists as trusted experts is over, anyway, thanks to the Global Warming/Climate Change/Climate Disruption scandals, et al.

LarryD on September 28, 2010 at 1:29 PM

This is the problem with bureaucracies. People that work in the EPA or any other government regulatory agency is always looking for something new to do. It protects their jobs and grows their agency. They are creating busy work, because everything that really needed to be done has already been done.

Off the top of my head I can think of two recent instances where local and federal agencies have been costing my business time and money. At least every few months the fire marshal pops in to inspect our building. Even though everything is the same as the last time he visited–he always finds some new violation. Last time he came by, we ended up removing some turn of the 20th century fire hydrants that were on our property. They were fine for the last 100 years and no fireman would ever think of trying to use one (they don’t even look like modern hydrant), but we were forced to pay $5000 to get them removed.

We also went through a Dept. of Labor audit. The investigator found no wrong doing and essentially closed the case. However, we’ve been getting phone calls because his boss keeps nit-picking tiny details to try and find something (anything) to catch us on. Huge waste of time and money.

This is what bureaucracies do. Most should either be closed or relegated to enforcing existing rules (not creating new ones).

ReaganWasRight on September 28, 2010 at 1:44 PM

Just came back from the North Dakota Stockman’s Convention of which I am a member of.
We learned a lot aobut what the EPA has been up to regarding dust pollution regulation & greenhouse gas crap.
The EPA is hell bent on putting another industry out of business: The Agriculture Industry.
And then guess where your food will come from.
China & India.
Fight this crap with every breath you have people.
Or the EPA will rule with the iron fist it has already been ruling many of us with.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:10 PM

The CLEAR act recently passed in the House. Will the Senate stop this destruction?

onlineanalyst on September 28, 2010 at 8:54 AM

Notice who is for this legislation: 2 environmental groups & of course a lawyer group that stands to make tons of $$ through litigation.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:15 PM

An agency that is usurping power from the legislative branch and doing what the congress would likely never have the votes to do.
Monkeytoe on September 28, 2010 at 8:57 AM

That’s bcs Congress has better things to do than sit around & write simple & effective legislation.
They can hire their minions (lawyers) to do it, passing the buck to the agencies so they can go golfing, collect gifts as campaign contributions, get stoned,cheat on their spouses, whatever.

Once again a government run entity effing crap up and the little guy has to make restitution.

milwife88 on September 28, 2010 at 9:14 AM

This happened to us a few years ago when we took some disaster $$ (agriculture disaster payment) bcs of a lengthy drought.
They paid us too much they said,USDA, so we had to INSTANTLY pay back almost $5,000.
USDA is the one that calculated the payment based on the info they asked of us.
This happens to farmers & ranchers a lot who take any calculated payments from the govt.
You would not believe how much it happens.
But this is what you get when you dare to deal with the govt.
If we hadn’t have needed that $$ so badly, I would never have stooped to whoring ourselves out for it.
But when you’re desperate to save your way of life, a person will do almost anything, I confess.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:25 PM

As per Michelle’s story on the deepwater drilling ban, my husband talked with a driller from TX who is in Minot ND now said that one company is moving their rig from the Gulf to Australia at a cost of about $47 million bcs it is actually more profitable for them to do so based on what BO has done.
This is why the Bakken here in ND is being so heavily developed.
If you’re in the oil business in the US, you’re probably going to ND, WY, & MT.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:28 PM

This is what bureaucracies do. Most should either be closed or relegated to enforcing existing rules (not creating new ones).

ReaganWasRight on September 28, 2010 at 1:44 PM

No my friend, most should be relegated to cleaning public toilets. I am very serious. They are about amassing power for themselves and wielding it like tyrants over us all! They’ve abused their authority and their position of public servant. Therefor, let them clean toilets. Since they couldn’t be trusted to serve the public in a position of authority, let them serve the public with a cleaning brush in the position of toilet cleaner.

JellyToast on September 28, 2010 at 2:29 PM

Here’s an article on EPA and dust from back when it first blew up: The Winds of Over-Regulation

An organization in search of new causes. They won on CO2, why not go further?

slickwillie2001 on September 28, 2010 at 2:33 PM

This is what bureaucracies do. Most should either be closed or relegated to enforcing existing rules (not creating new ones).

ReaganWasRight on September 28, 2010 at 1:44 PM

I agree.
For example, the ND DOT mailed out letters for this special commercial trucking tax that had to be paid. But they didn’t mail out the notice to everyone & no one had any idea this tax existed (it’s not published anywhere & if you were to ask the DOT in the office in the Capitol building, they don’t tell you about it bcs they don’t know it exists, either).
So my husband heard about it & went down there to pay some OTHER tax & asked about it & one lady there said we mailed the notices & my husband said you didn’t mail me one.
So she goes & looks us up in the computer & says, oh yeah, we didn’t mail you one.
Still have to pay the tax AND THE PENALTY for not paying it on time!
It is no WONDER entrepreneurs & small businesses cannot survive with these types of constant attacks.
I am so sick of government.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:34 PM

So if I get this straight, there will be no concrete making in the US because of the pollution, but China is free to pollute because of lax rules. Methinks, having a “no polluting” part of the world is sort of like having a “no peeing” part of the pool.

kellyjane on September 28, 2010 at 4:02 PM

Did I read this correctly? Even some unions see they’ve been had by the socialist democrat party.

And who would have thought that the EPA–which only seeks to do good in the world–would turn out to be a fascist organization? Pretty soon bears will need a permit to be bears in the woods.

Anyway, who needs cement factories? Let the Chinese do it.

Dhuka on September 28, 2010 at 4:10 PM

Wow! Once again, I will have to put on my surprised face.

:0

morons

DuctTapeMyBrain on September 28, 2010 at 4:53 PM

LarryD on September 28, 2010 at 1:29 PM

Yeah, I’m not opposed to the whole lot of bureauweenies at the current agency being sent to the salt mines to work hard labour for a few years. I think that would actually be the kind thing to do with people like Lisa Jackson and Carolyn Browner. I was just trying to point out that in an increasingly crowded and increasingly polluted world, we do need a government partner to help keep our environment clean and livable.

One of my biggest disappointments about the environmental movement is that it let itself be co-opted by the “glowbull warmening” crowd 20 years ago and it’s fallen into serious disrepute as a result. I’m conservative and part of that for me is “conserving” our natural environment. I’m not a fanatic about it and hardly a tree-hugger (I once celebrated Earth Day by organising a tree-clearing party in my neighbourhood for that day). We have to be good stewards of our environment, but we have to do that in such a way as to balance our needs with those of natural systems.

Whether we can trust anyone at any EPA, is an entirely different matter. With everything being as politicised as it is today, trust in government and its agents has become an increasingly rare commodity, hasn’t it?

martin.hale on September 28, 2010 at 5:51 PM

All of these agencies need to go. From the EPA to the Dept of Education.

JellyToast on September 28, 2010 at 6:56 PM

Wasn’t the EPA created during the Nixon Administration?

Red State State of Mind on September 28, 2010 at 7:25 PM

California’s New Export: The Crappy Eco-Economy!

Mutnodjmet on September 28, 2010 at 7:36 PM

The EPA may destroy the Americans’ livelihood undemocratically, but the Americans may not destroy the EPA’s livelihood undemocratically. The EPA cannot destroy the Americans directly, but the Americans can destroy the EPA directly. Such counterpoise is so beautiful.

Kralizec on September 28, 2010 at 10:16 PM

It is late in the day, but does anyone realize what this actually means by the addition of “heaters”? That means furnaces and fired (usually with natural gas) heaters which are necessary for oil and gas production. Necessary to convert hydrocarbons to feedstocks for just about every chemical product in the U.S., including “green” products.

It means only wind, solar, hydroelectric and nuclear power for anything in the U.S. It means no heat in hospitals, and offices.

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:20 PM

As per Michelle’s story on the deepwater drilling ban, my husband talked with a driller from TX who is in Minot ND now said that one company is moving their rig from the Gulf to Australia at a cost of about $47 million bcs it is actually more profitable for them to do so based on what BO has done.
This is why the Bakken here in ND is being so heavily developed.
If you’re in the oil business in the US, you’re probably going to ND, WY, & MT.

Badger40 on September 28, 2010 at 2:28 PM

There are some drilling rigs working in state waters of the Louisiana Coast. Yes it is very expensive to transport drilling rigs across the ocean and JUST as expensive to bring them back. Here is how it works. A semi-submersible heavylift ship like those from this company (www.dockwise.com) have their decks fitted with cribbing for the rig to sit on. They then sink down below the water. The rig is floated over into position. The rig is deballasted and then “sea fastenings” are fastened tightly against the hull of the rig and welded to the deck.

This is then reversed when they reach the destination.

One key component is the insurance premium just for the voyage which is a percentage (not a fraction of) the value of the rig.

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:25 PM

I have handled some of the movements (the loading portion) back in the early 80′s, when rigs were bugging out for overseas work.

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:25 PM

Everyone stand firm together and just say no. What is anyone going to do about it?

bbhack on September 28, 2010 at 10:32 PM

EPA’s position on the Boiler MACT, as it has been in all preceding MACT rules, is they are only following law.

In 1990 Congress reauthorized the Clean Air Act and included provisions in Title III that EPA must establish Maximum Available Control Technology (MACT) standards for various source categories (Boilers and Industrial Heaters are one such category) in order to significantly reduce air toxics.

People can complain about EPA all they want but this is Congress’ doing. (Another example of unintended consequences?)

Also, the debate will rage about how many jobs will be lost and the methodology used to estimate them, but make no mistake, it will be a big number regardless of which ruler is used. And these are high paying manufacturing jobs in heavy industries such as steel, pulp and paper, cement, etc.

People will argue that industry will upgrade, and some will, but a lot will be shifted overseas or simply discontinued. One only has to look at the impact of MACT on other source categories. This one’s gonna hurt.

Trainwreck on September 28, 2010 at 10:50 PM

The EPA must GO! The CPA too, and while we are at the Energy department, and the Education department can go too.

Kjeil on September 29, 2010 at 12:24 AM

I’m already losing my livlihood by this. I sell these boilers and process furnaces and no one is buying until this is settled in December. It’s not too late to call or contact your congressman or EPA at (epps-price.lena@epa.gov), 919-541-5573.

vicarious on September 29, 2010 at 1:14 AM

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:25 PM

Thanks for the insight.
So what do you think is going to happen with Gulf exploration & drilling up to the next 5yrs?
Is this BO ban/moratorium going to really stop a huge % of drilling there?
Or only in certain places?
Has the permit process been so bogged down by this that it’s almost impossible to start anything new?

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 11:37 AM

It means only wind, solar, hydroelectric and nuclear power for anything in the U.S. It means no heat in hospitals, and offices.

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:20 PM

Exactly. And they also want to get rid of pesticides (we in ag are dealing with this right now) etc.
Overall, the EPA who is advancing the environmental groups’ agendas (you know-the ones getting paid by the federal govt to sue govt agencies) to totally get rid of modern civilization.
They want to end modern agriculture-the very industry that has helped to feed the growing population with LESS ACRES & LESS ENERGY etc.
They want to end ALL livestock production.
They want to get rid of ALL energy production.
They want to get rid of EVERY vestige of modern life.
And there are those that are only doing it to make a theiving livlihood (i.e. HSUS sueing govt agencies for the EAJA cash they can get) & there are some who ignorantly think they’re actually protecting something.
I’m not sure about the rest of industry, but I personally know agriculture is being assaulted from so many different angles over the years that none of us in it can see straight.
It’s led to corporate farming (bcs who else can afford all the lawsuits & instrusions from the govt except for large corporations flush with cash?) & the end of the small producer (almost-we’re still hanging on by threads out here).
They decimated the pork & poultry industry. Think about that when you buy chicken & a pork chop.
They are decimating the ‘family farmer’ through even MORE regulation-for instance, the new EPA ‘rules’ about containing oil/gas spillage on the farm for 1325 or so gallons or more-which includes ALL farmers & ranchers (we alone have possible storage for several thousand gallons of fuel products on our place).
We received literature from the soil conservation office a few years ago about constructing a ‘feeding management plan’ for all Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).
We never responded bcs we don’t have the numbers they’re talking about (over 350 cows-we’re near that limit) & we don’t feed our cows in confinement. Complying with CAFO regs costs each feedlot a minimum of $50,000 EACH facility.
If we were feeding,confined, 350 cows, there is no way you could afford that. So that means small feeders are going out of business & only a HUGE feeding operation is therefore profitable based on just that alone.
We’ve heard through the grapevine increased ‘watershed awareness’ from the EPA & Fish & Game-we’ve got the Cannonball River running sinuously through our property as well as another creek that runs through our north pasture. There is now way to fence it off from cattle, but that’s where this is going.
Etc etc etc.
As a landowner, we are all required to spray for noxious weeds. So you go get some chemical, approved for the weed you’re spraying, & you go spray. Bcs if you don’t, the govt spotters in the plane that flies over your land taking pictures for spraying compliance will ‘catch’ you & you’ll get the county sending you registered letters threatening to charge you outrageous spray fees if you’re like a day late on spraying.
And now they want to require you to be a CERTIFIED sprayer-meaning getting a special applicator’s license. This makes it impossible for a landowner to spray his own land without going through exspensive training & paying buttloads of cash for a special ‘license’ in order to do what we are required to do by law (unless you want to PAY a licensed sprayer to spray for you!)
These people are nothing but paper pushing bury bodies.
They enforce what they feel like enforcing, pick on whomever they feel like picking on, & they leave others alone.
But none of us out here is ever safe.
You could be minding your own business & bcs you once took out a federally backed farm loan, the govt can come onto your place & INSPECT it without your permission, count your cows, etc. & enforce all these onerous regulations.
We cannot win out here.
And all of us are trying to keep sane from the attacks that are constant.

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM

Wow Badger40, and the rest of you…this is terrifying…I thought I knew things were pretty bad, but I had no idea things were THAT bad, and getting worse pretty fast.

It seems to me that we are at a tipping point in this country, and unless we do something fast to bring back common sense leadership, the country we grew up in is a goner.

How depressing.

ornery_independent on September 29, 2010 at 12:31 PM

Rescind the EPA.

maverick muse on September 29, 2010 at 12:35 PM

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM

Damn authoritarian regulatory mandates that inevitably punish the traditional farmers to enrich the power monger corporations.

maverick muse on September 29, 2010 at 12:41 PM

And now they want to require you to be a CERTIFIED sprayer-meaning getting a special applicator’s license.

And that’s only to get certification. In order to maintain it, you must attend costly presentations per chemical being marketed, and annual retraining to prove you still remember what you already learned and practice, and whatever else the EPA determines to demand for you to prove.

maverick muse on September 29, 2010 at 12:45 PM

EPW report shows new EPA rules will cost more than 800,000 jobs

Yet AP, the folks at Reason.com, and other atheists keep having sleepless nights worrying that some Tea Partiers believe in Creationism…

Knott Buyinit on September 29, 2010 at 1:51 PM

ornery_independent on September 29, 2010 at 12:31 PM

It is frigging depressing. I just got back from our cattleman’s convention in Minot & though it was fun, the info I gleaned from it was even MORE depressing than usual.

maverick muse on September 29, 2010 at 12:45 PM

We can hardly wait for this crap!

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 2:44 PM

We’re like Gulliver being tied down by an increasing number of threads. They don’t seem dangerous taken one at a time, but eventually they’re strong enough to kill the economy.

flataffect on September 30, 2010 at 5:11 PM

Kermit on September 28, 2010 at 10:25 PM

Thanks for the insight.
So what do you think is going to happen with Gulf exploration & drilling up to the next 5yrs?
Is this BO ban/moratorium going to really stop a huge % of drilling there?
Or only in certain places?
Has the permit process been so bogged down by this that it’s almost impossible to start anything new?

Badger40 on September 29, 2010 at 11:37 AM

This is far more than offshore oil & gas production. It is ALL onshore production as well. I really don’t think that this group of brain surgeons really has any clue. They only know about a few hot button issues for their side and that is it. This is like giving a two year old the keys to the car, which is exactly what uber ignorant voting public has done. Our populace has been so brainwashed by all the talk of oil & gas being energy commodities and for driving Hummers and the like, that they do not realize that virtually every technological advance in all phases of society and infrastructure is due to hydrocarbons, their production and the plethora of items made from them, even computer chips and circuit boards. A lot of that technology was actually developed by petrochemical companies decades ago to market new chemicals they were able to synthesize from hydrocarbons.

As for the GoM, with the advent of sophisticated software to enable seismic waves to look underneath the geological layer of salt in deep beneath the floor of the GoM new promising hydrocarbon areas are being found. Not only that they are also able to perform 4 dimension (3D with time as the 4th) studies and can see hydrocarbons actually migrating deep down in the ground.

The problem is when will those drilling rigs which left, or will leave going to return. There is more than enough work off Brazil, in the Far East and West Africa in deepwater to keep them busy performing exploratory drilling. Shallower fields are drying up annually offshore. Dozens of them (fields not wells) are being plugged, abandoned and all sign of their existence removed.

The industry is finding LOTS more oil and gas. We are not even close to Peak Oil like that whackjob who recently died in his hot tub claimed. Oil drum is nothing more than a shill website for Peak Oil doom and gloom morons (kinda like that Gore fellow is with glowarming).

Kermit on October 1, 2010 at 1:44 AM

If your goal is to destroy the US economy and social structure so you can re-make it, it all makes sense. It’s the only way that it makes sense.

evergreen on May 30, 2011 at 3:31 PM

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