Guam - The Consolidated Commission on Utilities has one year to bring their small generators into compliance with the Clean Air Act. CCU chairman Simon Sanchez said, "In order to come into to compliance, GPA is going to have to look at spending a lot of money to put in scrubbers or filters to clean up emissions from our oiled fired facilities."  

Sanchez says GPA has both small and large generators, bringing the large generators into compliance will cost about $400 million and the small generators will cost about $100 million. He adds that GPA has worked out a timeline with the USEPA to come into compliance.