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Main Title An investment decision model for control technology /
Author Clark, Robert M.
CORP Author National Environmental Research Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Publisher National Environmental Research Center, Office of Research and Monitoring, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-R5-72-004
Stock Number PB-213 482
OCLC Number 08440372
Subjects Environmental engineering--Finance--Mathematical models ; Environmental economics--Mathematical models
Additional Subjects ( Waste treatment ; Financing) ; ( Water treatment ; Financing) ; ( Sewage treatment ; Financing) ; ( Industrial waste treatment ; Financing) ; Waste disposal ; Air pollution ; Water pollution ; Mathematical models ; Decision making ; Management planning ; Urban planning ; Cost estimates ; Capital costs ; Operating costs ; Taxes ; Linear programming ; Air pollution control ; Water pollution control ; Solid waste disposal
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ELBD ARCHIVE EPA R5-72-004 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/27/2022
NTIS  PB-213 482 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation iv, 20 pages ; 26 cm.
Abstract
Investment decisions in control technology for environmental management are similar to those in other areas of public finance. These decisions, which may include the decision to construct a water or wastewater treatment system or an incinerator, depend on adequate financial support, which means not only avaialbility of money in sufficient quantity, but also at the time when needed. A mathematical model, incorporating borrowing and lending variables, has been structured to provide an efficient method of studying the problem. The model formulation assumes that investment decisions for control technology can be separated into a total operating and capital cost decision and an investment cost decision. These costs are minimized in 2 stages. The first stage uses a fixed-charge algorithm and the second stage, a linear programming algorithm. (Author)
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (page 20). "September 1972." "Program Element 1D1312."