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RECORD NUMBER: 21 OF 65
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Economic impact of implementing RACT guidelines in the state of Georgia.|
|CORP Author||Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Florham Park, NJ. Foster D. Snell Div.;Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, Air Programs Branch,|
|Report Number||EPA 904/9-79-033; EPA-68-02-2544|
|Stock Number||PB-297 512|
|Subjects||Air quality--Economic aspects--Georgia ; Air--Pollution--Economic aspects--Georgia|
|Additional Subjects||Economic impact ; Georgia ; Guidelines ; Air pollution ; State government ; Cost benefit analysis ; Regulations ; Standards ; Coatings ; Papers ; Cans ; Textiles ; Automobiles ; Storage tanks ; Trucks ; Furniture ; Metal cleaning ; Gasoline ; Petroleum industry ; Air pollution abatement ; Air quality ; Reasonably available control technology ; State implementation plans ; Service stations ; Stationary sources ; Point sources|
|Collation||1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.|
The major objective of the contract effort was to determine the direct economic impact of implementing RACT standards in Georgia. The study is to be used primarily to assist EPA and Georgia decisions on achieving the emission limitations of the RACT standards. The economic impact was assessed for the following RACT industrial categories: surface coatings (cans, paper, fabrics, automobiles, metal furniture and large appliances); solvent metal cleaning; bulk gasoline terminals; bulk gasoline plants; storage of petroleum liquids in fixed roof tanks; gasoline dispensing stations--Stage I; and use of cutback asphalt. The scope of this project was to determine the costs and direct impact of control to achieve RACT guideline limitations for these 12 industry categories in Georgia. Direct economic costs and benefits from the implementation of RACT limitations were identified and quantified while secondary impacts (social, energy, employment, etc.) are addressed, they were not a major emphasis in the study.
Prepared by Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc. "EPA 904/9-79-033." "May, 1979".