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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. PURPOSE OF REPORT
1.2. SCOPE OF THE REPORT
2. GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON ECONOMIC INCENTIVES
2.2.5. National Performance Review
2.2.6. Reinventing Environmental Regulations
2.3.2. EPA Air and Water Policy Initiatives
4.2. WATER FEES
4.2.1. Indirect Discharge and User Fees
4.2.2. Direct Discharge Fees
4.2.3. Some State Effluent Permitting Fees
4.2.4. Stormwater Runoff Fees
4.5.2. State Product Charges
4.5.2.2. Fertilizer Charges
4.5.2.3. Rhode Island Hard-to-Dispose Material Tax
6.14. EFFLUENT TRADING
6.14.1. Effluent Bubble
6.14.2. Effluent Trading: Point-to-Point
6.14.3.1. Dillon Reservoir
6.14.3.2. Cherry Creek Reservoir
6.14.3.3. Tar Pamlico Basin
7.4.7. Subsidy Programs Created under 1996 Farm Bill
7.9. MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT CONSTRUCTION
7.11.1. Subsidies for Timber, Minerals, and Water Extraction


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