Biomass boiler: UM offers to pay for more pollution testing; vote delayed

The University of Montana volunteered Thursday to pay for additional pollution-control testing to ensure emissions from its proposed biomass boiler meet air quality standards.

The move came as the Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Board deliberated over UM’s permit for the boiler.

In the end, the board postponed its vote on whether to grant, deny, revoke or modify the air quality permit.

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