||Brokering emission reduction credits : a handbook /
||Regulatory Reform Staff, Controlled Trading Project.
||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Air pollution abatement ;
Sales management ;
Cost engineering ;
Air pollution control ;
Industrial plants ;
Emission reduction credits ;
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||1 v. (various pagings) : ills. ; 28 cm.
||Controlled trading allows industry and individuals to profit from pollution control by allowing plants to decrease emissions below required levels and obtain state-approved credit for the reduction. They can then use these emission reduction credits (ERCs) themselves or sell to other firms. The Brokers' Handbook includes: a description of EPA's Controlled Trading Program; an examination of the potential benefits available to firms contemplating ERC transactions and exploration of the many services ERC brokers could perform; a case study of one California firm's brokering experience; an examination of how brokers can determine supply and demand for ERCs and for brokers in a given area; a discussion of options trading in ERCs; and an examination of tax considerations related to the financing, creation, banking, and use of ERCs.
||"January 1981." "Pepers presented at conference on Brokering Emission Reduction Credits January 26, 1981, Washington Hilton Hotel." "EPA-230/3-81-002." "PB81-214249." Includes bibliographic references. Photocopy.
||Washington, D.C. :
||Papers Presented at the Conference on Brokering Emission Reduction Credits held at the Washington Hilton Hotel on January 26, 1981.
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||Brokering Emission Reduction Credits.
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