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Main Title Governmental Approaches to Air Pollution Control. A Compendium and Annotated Bibliography.
Author Witherspoo, Robert ; Hoick, John ; Trumbul, Terry ; Infel, Don ;
CORP Author Institute of Public Administration, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1971
Report Number EHS-70-126; 0749;
Stock Number PB-203 111
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Government policies) ; ( Government policies ; Project planning) ; Legislation ; Standards ; National government ; Bibliographies ; Law enforcement ; Sources ; Strategy ; Litigation ; Taxes ; Depreciation ; Land use ; Cost estimates ; Economic analysis ; Industries ; Abatement ; Air pollution control ; Tax incentives ; Clean Air Act 1971 ; Air pollution standards ; Cost sharing
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NTIS  PB-203 111 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 560p
Abstract
A study is presented consisting of a compilation of information to be used for evaluation of present programs and development of new approaches to air pollution control. The study begins with the description and analysis of federal legislation with particular reference to the Clean Air Act. Federal experience with voluntary compliance is reviewed. The experience with emission standards is reviewed and analyzed. A review is presented of various land use controls to improve the dispersion of pollution from stationary sources and to reduce exposure to pollutants. The role that private legal action may play in the control of pollution is reviewed. Information is presented on the concept of cost sharing and such measures as accelerated depreciation, investment tax-credits and tax exemptions. The use of economic incentives making it profitable for a firm to introduce measures for pollution control and, the possibilities of requiring polluters to pay a charge for which they are responsible are reviewed. The system for the control of air pollution in use in South Wales is described and analyzed. Finally, an assessment of the above approaches based upon the evaluation criteria which were developed in the course of the project is discussed.