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Main Title Economic Analysis of Phosphorous Control and Other Aspects of R76-1.
Author Ciecka, James E. ; Fabian, Robert G. ; Merilatt, Daniel S. ; Murphy, Thomas J. ;
CORP Author Economic Evaluation Associates, Inc., Chicago, IL. ;De Paul Univ., Chicago, IL.;Illinois Inst. for Environmental Quality, Chicago.
Year Published 1978
Report Number IIEQ-80.063; IIEQ-78-16;
Stock Number PB-286 839
Additional Subjects Economic analysis ; Phosphorus ; Illinois ; Water pollution control ; Regulations ; Costs ; Environmental impact ; Limnology ; State government ; Standards ; Eutrophication ; Land use ; Numerical solution ; National pollutant discharge elimination system
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-286 839 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 125p
On January 5, 1976, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency proposed an amendment to the Water Pollution Control Regulations (Chapter 3) which: (1) deletes the general water quality standard for phosphorus of 0.05 mg/l, and (2) adds a new effluent standard for phosphorus (1.0 mg/l) for discharges affecting lakes and reservoirs of 20 acres or larger. In addition, the proposed amendment would change certain portions of the effluent standards to make them compatible with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). These latter changes are largely administrative, with no significant environmental or economic consequences. The proposed regulatory action was designated as PCB R76-1 (Appendix A), and was published in the 'Environmental Register' no. 118, January 27, 1976.