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Main Title Some Applications of the Implementation Planning Program.
Author Lewi, D. H. ; Plotki, S. E. ; Woodcoc, K. R. ;
CORP Author TRW Systems Group, McLean, Va. Washington Operations.
Year Published 1971
Report Number PH-22-68-60; 0710;
Stock Number PB-203 127
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Regional planning) ; ( Air pollution control equipment ; Cost estimates) ; Cost effectiveness ; Project planning ; Abatement ; Models ; Standards ; Land use ; Inventories ; Particles ; Sulfur dioxide ; Mathematical m ; Atmospheric motion ; Economic analysis ; District of Columbia ; Missouri ; Ohio ; Implementation Air Pollution Planning Program ; Air pollution control ; Cincinnati(Ohio) ; Saint Louis(Missouri) ; Air pollution standards
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-203 127 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 230p
The report describes a study of certain applications of the Implementation Planning Program (IPP), undertaken as a part of Phase III of the Regional Air Pollution Analysis Project. The Implementation Planning Program is an air resource management planning tool which includes mathematical models representing the atmospheric diffusion of pollutants, the cost and effectiveness of pollution control measures, and the potential air quality impact of air pollution control strategies upon which control legislation may be based. The following objectives are examined here: Estimation of the demand for control measures generated by the need to meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act, as amended; Examination of the emission standards which were used in the Cost of Clean Air Report of the Clean Air Act, and to determine if the assumption that these emission standards will achieve air quality standards is valid; Observation of the operational data requirements of an IPP type analysis, to determine whether or not these requirements may be relaxed and the corresponding data collection problems reduced. (Author)