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|Main Title||Economic Analysis for Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines and Standards for the Airport Deicing Category.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Engineering and Analysis Div.|
|Additional Subjects||Effluent limitations ; Aircraft ; Deicing systems ; Ice formation ; Economic impacts ; Limits ; Standards ; Airlines ; Survey methodologies ; Survey counts ; Airport management ; Alaska ; Accidents ; Tables (Data) ; Figures ; Antifreezes ; Aircraft industry ; Guidelines ; Airport anti-icing/deicing operations ; Water effluent discharge limits ; Pollution control options ; Regulatory flexibility analysis|
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposes and promulgates water effluent discharge limits (effluent limitation guidelines and standards) for industrial sectors. This Economic Analysis document (EA) summarizes the costs and projected economic impacts of technologies that form the bases for setting limits and standards for airport anti-icing/deicing operations. EPA does not mandate use of these technologies. Instead, EPAs analysis demonstrates that the proposed effluent limitation guidelines and standards can be met and are economically achievable using specified technologies; industry is free to adopt whatever technologies it chooses to meet the limits.