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3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
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3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Deposit-refund systemsDeposit-refund systems
Foreword
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
3.4.2. Beverage Container Deposits
3.4.3. Lead-Acid Battery Deposits
4.4. Cost Savings from New Incentive Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Hide details for Effluent tradingEffluent trading
3.3.4. Effluent Trading Programs
4.3. Cost Savings from New Incentive Applications for Water Pollution Control
Hide details for Emission tradingEmission trading
Foreword
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
3.2.2. Chlorofluorocarbon Taxes and Allowance Trading
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading
3.2.4. RECLAIM
3.2.6. Regional Nitrogen Oxides Trading Program
3.2.7.3. Vehicle Scrapping
3.2.7.4. Oxygenated Fuels Requirement
3.2.7.5. Hazardous Air Pollutants Early Reduction
4.1. Cost Savings from New Incentive Systems for Air Pollution Control
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control
Hide details for Extention of property rightsExtention of property rights
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
Hide details for Fees charges and taxesFees charges and taxes
3.2.7.1. State Air Emission Fees
3.2.7.2. Federal Nonattaniment Area Fees
3.3.1. Effluent Charge Systems
3.4.1. Marginal Cost Pricing for Household Waste
4.3. Cost Savings from New Incentive Applications for Water Pollution Control
Hide details for Information disclosureInformation disclosure
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
Hide details for LiabilityLiability
4.4. Cost Savings from New Incentive Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Hide details for NettingNetting
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for nitrogen dixidenitrogen dixide
2.2.2. Cost Implications of Changes in Monitoring Technology
Hide details for OffsetsOffsets
3.2.1. Air Emissions Trading
Hide details for Pollution release reportingPollution release reporting
3.2.5. Reporting Requirements
3.3.3. Reporting Requirements
3.4.4. Reporting Requirements
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2.2.2. Cost Implications of Changes in Monitoring Technology
Hide details for SubsidiesSubsidies
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
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2.2.2. Cost Implications of Changes in Monitoring Technology
Hide details for Taxes charges and feesTaxes charges and fees
Foreword
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
2.2.1. Efficiency Gains from Environmental Pollution Fees
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
4.1. Cost Savings from New Incentive Systems for Air Pollution Control
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control
4.4. Cost Savings from New Incentive Systems for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management


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