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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Case Study of the Metropolitan Council as an Environmental Management Organization.|
|CORP Author||Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. School of Public Affairs.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.|
|Stock Number||PB-263 486|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution abatement ; Water pollution abatement ; Solid waste disposal ; Regional planning ; Organizations ; Minnestoa ; Metropolitan areas ; Management methods ; Environmental surveys ; Systems analysis ; Research ; Documentation ; Environmental management ; Case studies ; Minneapolis(Minnesota) ; Saint Paul(Minnesota)|
Federal legislation on water quality requires development of area-wide waste management organizations. Currently being considered are changes in existing legislation which would integrate planning and management efforts across water pollution, air pollution and solid waste programs. No area-wide environmental management organizations currently exist, and there is little information available which suggests how they might be formed. Case studies of existing arrangements for environmental management can suggest potential alternatives. The Metropolitan Council in the Twin Cities area has aroused interest as an organization already possessing much of the authority for area-wide environmental planning and management and capable of expanding. The report discusses its operations.