Controlling Industrial Pollution: The Economics and Politics of Clean Air

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Index
Acid rain, 14
Ackerman, Bruce A., 39n, 61n, 120, 121n, 123n
Adams, William C., 139n
Administrative Procedures Act, 10
Air pollution policy: benefits and costs, 9, 55-57; capital outlays, 32-33, 43; economic incentives versus qualitative standards, 58, 63; inefficiencies, 3, 32, 33, 57, 59; marketable rights system, 72- 77; measuring success of, 16, 17. See also
Air pollution standards; Ambient air quality standards; Benefits, control; Costs, control; New-source performance standards; Pollution tax; Reforms, air pollution policy
Air pollution standards: compliance certification, 29-30; control costs, 67-68; incremental costs, 34-35, 37; maximization of welfare, 58, 63-65; pollution tax as alternative, 167-68; TERA as alternative, 166-67; uniform technology standards as alternative, 165-66. See also
Ambient air quality standards; New- source performance standards
Air quality: data, 1, 4, 16, 26-28; emissions data and, 25-26; monitoring, 17, 19, 26- 31, 168, 170
Air Quality Act of 1967, 7, 125
Air quality control regions (AQCRs), 7; incremental control costs, 39; marketable rights, 92-93; monitoring sites, 27; primary standards, 9-10; SIPs, 10-11; variation in air quality, 17
Alabama Power v. Costle, 12
Ambient air quality standards: criteria for setting, 133-35; for exceedances of criteria pollutants, 137-38; primary versus secondary, 8-9, 131-32; proposed changes, 151-52, 169; regional uniformity, 136-37; setting of primary, 138-43, 169
Anderson, Peter H., 30n
Anderson, Robert C., 52n, 54n, 142
Anne M. Gorsuch et al. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., et al., 12n, 13n, 85n
ASARCO v. EPA, 12, 85
Atkinson, Scott E., 49
Automobiles: emission standards for new, 1, 5, 6, 7, 14, 15; mandatory inspection and maintenance system, 10
Bailey, Martin J., 53n
Banking emissions, system of, 86; proposed changes, 152; resistance to, 88
Bardach, Eugene, 98n
Basala, Allen C., 43n
Battelle Laboratories, 60n; study for steel industry, 45; study of control costs, 34, 35, 40
Baumol, William J., 59n
Benefits, control, 52-53, 60; costs versus, 2, 9, 55-57; maximization of, 61; from reductions in particulates and sulfates, 54; uncertainty in measuring, 59, 63
Best available control technology (BACT): case-by-case review of, 13, 86; LAER and, 12; for new facilities, 88, 89; proposed changes in, 147, 148, 150; for PSD areas, 11; steel industry, 47
Best available retrofit technology (BART), 13
Best available technology (BAT), 60-61, 72
Best practicable technology (BPT), 70
Bubble policy, 73, 83-84; effect on pollution abatement, 95-96; proposed liberalization of, 98; resistance to, 88; steel industry support for, 45
Buoni, C., 34n, 60n
Burch, J. E., 34n, 60n
Bureau of the Census, 48n, 112n, 130n; on manufacturing sector, 40; on pollution control cost, 51; on emissions, 23, 25
Burrows, Edward, 45, 47
Burton, E., 49n
Business Roundtable, 147, 151, 152, 153, 154
Business sector: expenditures for air pollution control, 33; proposed amendments to Clean Air Act, 146-48
California: air pollution program, 50; marketable rights trading, 95-96

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