Aggregating Big Gas emissions will close another loophole gives Big Gas a cheat to pollute air and harm human health like they did in DISH, TX.
For example: In DISH, Atmos has more than one facility and source of toxic emissions yet they are permitted separately and emissions from each permit are considered separately. When you have several operators each with several different sources of toxic pollutants, it adds up to a staggering amount of polluted air. All these sources of pollution should be aggregated and considered as a whole.
This is the exact same slight-of-hand the Texas Railroad Commission uses to give industry a pass when permitting
industry to spread toxic, polluted drilling waste on our farmland landfarms.