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The United States Experience with Economic Incentives for Pollution Control: By Media

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3.3.4. Subsidies for Reducing Pollution or Improving the Environment
4.4. WASTE FEES
4.4.1. Variable Pricing Programs
4.4.2. Landfill Taxes
4.4.3. Hazardous Waste Taxes
4.5.2. State Product Charges
4.5.2.1. Tire Charges
4.5.2.3. Rhode Island Hard-to-Dispose Material Tax
4.5.2.5. North Carolina ADF
5.1. INTRODUCTION
5.2. BEVERAGE CONTAINERS
5.2.1. Maine Bottle Deposit System
5.2.2. California Beverage Container Recycling Program
5.2.3. Summary of Beverage Deposit/Refund Systems
5.3. LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
5.4. MAINE PESTICIDE CONTAINER DEPOSIT SYSTEM
5.5. OTHER PRODUCTS
5.6. VOLUNTARY DEPOSIT SCHEMES
7.5. CONSUMER PRODUCT WASTE MANAGEMENT
7.5.1. Advance Disposal Fee Systems
7.5.2. Deposit Handling Fees
7.5.3. Recycling Loans and Grants
7.5.4. Tax Incentives
7.5.5. Preferential Procurement of Recycled Products
7.5.6. Recycled Content Policies
7.6. NEW JERSEY'S INFORMATION AWARDS PROGRAM


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