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|Main Title||Economic impacts of pulp and paper industry compliance with environmental regulations.|
|Author||Oliver, Peter L. ; Canty, Claire R. ; Firth, Louise M. ; Iannazzi, Fred D. ; Lipshutz., Nelson R.|
|CORP Author||Arthur D. Little, Inc.|
|Publisher||Arthur D. Little,|
|Report Number||EPA 230-3-76-014A; EPA 230-3-76-014B; EPA 230-3-76-014C; EPA-68-01-2841|
|Stock Number||PB-268 249|
|Subjects||Paper industry--Environmental aspects|
|Additional Subjects||Economic impacts ; Regulations ; Paper industry ; Environmental surveys ; Air pollution control ; Water pollution control ; Noise pollution ; Process charting ; Design criteria ; Pulping ; Papermaking ; Bleaching ; Waste papers ; Materials recovery ; Economic analysis ; Combustion products ; Industrial wastes ; Cost analysis ; Capitalized costs ; Operating costs ; Mathematical models ; Prices ; Closures ; Financing ; Chemicals|
|Collation||3 volumes : graphs ; 28 cm|
This report estimates the economic impacts of all major environmental regulations on the pulp and paper industry. Regulations covered include: (1) air-state implementation plans and new source performance standards, (2) water-effluent limitations, and (3) noise-OSHA regulations. The main economic impacts estimated are: (1) prices, (2) closure, (3) external financing. Econometric analysis was used to estimate demand and supply curves for the major product sectors. The economics of model plants was used to assess closures and long run prices. A financial funds flow model was developed to estimate cash flow requirements for growth and environmental costs.
Prepared for Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Planning and Evaluation. "EPA 230-3-76-014A." "EPA 230-3-76-014B." "EPA 230-3-76-014C." Reproduced by National Technical Information Service.
Vol. 1. Summary and aggregate industry impact analyses -- Vol. 2. Price and demand effects on the industry's major product sectors -- Vol. 3. Appendices to volume 1.