A Cost Evaluation of Alternative Air Quality Control Strategies
A computer simulation is employed to evaluate three alternative particulate air pollution control strategies, utilizing St. Louis as a model region, with the following objectives: 1) quantification of cost savings of two least--cost strategies based on alternative linear programming formulations - an air pollution emissions least- cost (ELC) strategy an ambient air quality least-cost (ALC) strategy, and comparison of these strategies with currently-used strategies, 2) evaluation of certain variables in the least-cost strategies, 3) cost impact on region of meeting increasingly stringent air quality standards, 4) comparison of marginal costs and benefits of control at the primary standard.
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