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Main Title Economic impact of implementing RACT guidelines in the nonattainment areas for ozone in the state of South Carolina.
CORP Author Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Florham Park, NJ. Foster D. Snell Div.;Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.
Publisher US Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, Air and Hazardous Materials Division,
Year Published 1979
Report Number EPA 904/9-79-032; EPA-68-02-2544
Stock Number PB80-134067
OCLC Number 06969048
Subjects Air--Pollution ; Air quality--South Carolina ; Automobiles--Motors--Exhaust gas
Additional Subjects Air pollution ; Economic impact ; Standards ; Ozone ; South Carolina ; Assessments ; Metal coatings ; Solvents ; Gasoline marketing ; Papers ; Fabrics ; Coatings ; Automobiles ; Degreasing ; Separators ; Asphalt ; State government ; Service stations
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EKAM  EPA 904/9-79-032 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 10/14/1994
NTIS  PB80-134067 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation various pagings ; 28 cm.
Abstract
The major objective of the contract effort was to determine the direct economic impact of implementing RACT standards in five non-attainment counties for ozone in South Carolina. The study is to be used primarily to assist EPA and South Carolina decisions on achieving the emission limitations of the RACT standards. The economic impact was assessed for the following 8 RACT industrial categories: surface coatings (paper and fabrics); 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 8 industry categories in South Carolina. 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.
Notes
Prepared by Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc., Foster D. Snell Division under Contract no. 68-02-2544, Task 6. PB 80-134067. "EPA 904/9-79-032". "March, 1979".