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Online version: Atkins, . Pollution control costs in industry. Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1977 (OCoLC)557836875. All Authors, Contributors: M H Atkins; J F Lowe. Find more information about: M H Atkins J F Lowe. Responsibility: by .
Atkins, M. H. Publication date. Nonferrous metal industries - Waste disposal - Economic aspects. Lowe, J. F. Bookplateleaf. Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press.
Pollution control costs in industry: an economic study. This book sets out to fill part of this gap. The first chapters deal with some important strands of economic theory underlying the problem of environmental pollution and later chapters analyze the results of over one hundred interviews conducted with firms on their pollution problems and means of abatement.
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provides benefits as well as costs. 2. optimal pollution level occurs where difference between benefits and costs is greatest. 3. lack of environmental property rights is fundamental reason for too much pollution
provides benefits as well as costs. lack of environmental property rights is fundamental reason for too much pollution. 4. cost effective pollution regulations equalize many costs of pollution abatement across pollution sources. key questions of pollution control are? 1. how much pollution should be allowed or is optimal (creating target)? 2. how should the optimal level be achieved (how to hit target)? cost efficiency with as little waste as possible.