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An Estimate Of The Potential Costs Of Guidelines Limiting Public Exposure To Radiofrequency Radiation From Broadcast Sources, Final, Volume 1: Report. (See U.S. EPA Headquarters Library Copy #PB86-108826).

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The purpose of this study is to estimate the cost of a federal guidance proposed by the EPA limiting public exposure to radiofrequency (RF) radiation from the broadcast industry -- the 9000 AM and FM radio stations and 1000 VHF-TV and UHV-TV broadcast stations in the US -- that EPA research indicates is the most significant source of RF to which the public is exposed. The Lawrence Livermore National Library developed models that estimate a variety of costs at 18 alternative guidance levels for 3 kinds of economic analysis: the cost to society-at-large, the cost to the broadcast industry, and the cost to and effect on net profit of the average broadcast station.

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Date:
Reference #:
1985
A.85.19 A
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EPA Office:
Office of Air and Radiation
Office Suboffice:
Office of Radiation Programs
Office Division:
No division specified
EPA Author:
Foutes, C. Elliott; Tell, Richard A.
Document Type:
Cost Analysis
Contractors:
Hall, Charles H., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Document Status:
Final
Pages:
543

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