The object of the study was to develop an estimate of the nature of the abatement strategies and costs of their implementation to achieve control to a predetermined quantity of emission on a national scale for the three major pollutants from fuel combustion: particulate, sulfur oxides, and nitrogen oxides. The report presents the situations for control of the 1980 emissions to the levels existing in 1970 and 1960. Abatement strategies to control the 1980 level of pollutant emissions to the alternative target levels, as obtained in 1960 and 1970 cases, were formulated and impressed on the 1980 situation. The 1980 emissions can be controlled to the targeted levels through implementation of control and fuels management practices. The estimated costs for achieving control are discussed including the effect on the supply and costs of fuel oils and coal.