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Main Title Environmental Impact and Benefit Assessment for Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines and Standards for the Airport Deicing Category.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Engineering and Analysis Div.
Year Published 2009
Report Number EPA/821/R-09/003
Stock Number PB2010-101376
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
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NTIS  PB2010-101376 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 09/14/2010
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Abstract
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing effluent limitation guidelines and standards for the Airport Deicing Category. The proposed regulations address primary commercial airports that conduct airfield or aircraft deicing operations and also have 1000 or more jet departures annually. This document discusses environmental impacts associated with deicing operations at these airports and the environmental benefits EPA estimates would result from pollutant discharge reductions under the proposed regulatory options. This document presents information on the environmental impacts airport deicing discharges have caused in the past and on their potential to do so in the future. The proposed regulatory options will reduce the frequency and severity of environmental impacts associated with airport deicing discharges. The regulatory options will primarily benefit surface waters, though soil and groundwater resources could benefit from pollutant discharge reductions, as well.