2 edition of Incentives and regulation for pollution abatement with an application to waste water treatment found in the catalog.
Incentives and regulation for pollution abatement with an application to waste water treatment
1995 by Asian Development Bank, Economics and Development Resource Center in [Manila, Philippines] .
Written in English
|Statement||Sudipto Mundle, U. Shankar, Shekhar Mehta.|
|Series||EDRC report series,, no. 63|
|Contributions||Sankar, U., Mehta, Shekhar., Economics and Development Resource Center (Asian Development Bank), International Institute of Public Finance. Congress|
|LC Classifications||HC79.W32 M86 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||96190438|
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INCENTIVES AND REGULATION FOR POLLUTION ABATEMENT WITH AN APPLICATION TO WASTE WATER TREATMENT. Sudipto Mundie Economist Economics and Development Resource Center.
A~ian. Development Bank. Shankar Director Madras Institute of Development Studies. Shekhar Mehta Visiting Scholar Institute of Government and Public Affairs University of. Incentives and Regulation for Pollution Abatement with an Application to Waste Water Treatment.
and tradeable permits in terms of their financial 'burdens' on product prices are then illustrated for waste water treatment using abatement cost functions estimated for the pulp and paper industry in India. by: 8. Economic incentives are expected to be particularly useful in controlling pollution not subject to regulation For instance, citizens can be encouraged to reduce curbside solid waste by recycling, composting and other means if there is a disposal charge based on the volume of solid waste.
Economic Incentives and the Cost of Abatement: The Case of Waste Water Treatment -- 4. Conclusion. \/span>\"@ en \/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description \/a> \" That is the central purpose of this pioneering study - namely, to assess the efficacy of alternative instruments for pollution abatement based both on theoretical explorations.
Solid wastes to be disposed of in environmentally safe manner. (1) Solid wastes generated by any industry or facility, including sludge and all by‐products, resulting from the operation of pollution abatement equipment, shall be disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.
(2) No industrial solid waste shall be disposed of in any municipal landfill. Pollution Prevention and Abatement Introduction 1.
Performance Standard 3 recognizes that increased industrial activity and urbanization often generate increased levels of pollution to air, water, and land that may threaten people and the environment at the local, regional, and global Scope of Application. development and application of financial incentives.
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