||Benefits Analysis of Alternative Secondary National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Sulfur Dioxide and Total Suspended Particulates. Volume 2.
Manuel, Jr., Ernest H. ;
Brennan, Kathleen M. ;
Horst, Jr, Robert L. ;
||Mathtech, Inc., Princeton, NJ.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Air pollution control ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
Benefit cost analysis ;
Mathematical models ;
Secondary National Ambient Air Quality Standards ;
Total suspended particulates ;
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This study was initiated by EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards as part of its review of the current secondary standards for sulfur dioxide (SO2) and total suspended particulates (TSP). The study has drawn heavily upon new data and research advances from the past decade or so, and considerably expands the information available about the economic benefits of selected air pollution control regulations. The theoretical base for the analysis is a series of models structured to simulate optimizing behavior by members of society in markets where air quality has an influence. Groups of these members of society are referred to as 'economic sectors.' The four sectors analyzed in this study are: (1)Household, (2)Agricultural, (3)Manufacturing, and (4)Electric utilities. This document is on the benefit analysis of households.