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Economic Incentives for Pollution Control: By Subject

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Show details for Benefits and costs of environmental pollution controlBenefits and costs of environmental pollution control
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3.3.1. Pollution Taxes, Fees, and Charges
4.1. INTRODUCTION
4.2.1. Indirect Discharge and User Fees
4.2.2. Direct Discharge Fees
4.2.3. Examples of State Effluent Fees: Louisiana, California, and Wisconsin
4.2.4. Stormwater Runoff Fees
4.3. AIR FEES
4.3.1. Permit Fees
4.3.1.1. Air Emission Permit Fees in Maine
4.3.1.2. Air Emission Permit Fees in the South Coast Air Quality Management District
4.3.1.3. California "Hot Spots" Fees
4.3.2. Ozone Non-Attainment Area Fees
4.4. WASTE FEES
4.4.1. Variable Pricing Program
4.6. ROAD USER FEES
4.7. WETLAND COMPENSATION FEES
4.8. GRAZING FEES
11.1. FEES, CHARGES, AND TAXES
11.1.1. Waste
11.1.2. Air


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