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SoCal industrial boom may prompt tighter air quality regulations


Southern California’s industrial market has been surging, but that has come at a cost to the environment.

Warehouse operators may soon have to meet new air quality regulations or pay hefty fines for their emissions, according to the Los Angeles Times. Regional air quality officials on Friday are set to vote on a suite of rules aimed at reducing emissions from trucking and warehousing operations in the area, according to the report.

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