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Case Study Analysis for the Proposed Section 316(b) Phase II Existing Facilities Rule, Part F - G

EPA Number: 821R02002
Date of Publication:May, 2002
Pages:292
Audienceconcerned citizens, industry, Regulated Community, Scientific Community, State and local government, Teachers or Educators

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WEBhttp://www.epa.gov/waterscience/316b/casestudy/index.html
NTIS# PB2003-102256Ordering Information
The case study presents the results of an analysis performed by EPA to assess the potential benefits of reducing the cumulative impacts of impingement and entrainment (I&E) at cooling water intake structures (CWIS) at the Brayton Point Station located on Mount Hope Bay in the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts across the mouth of the Tauton River from the city of Fall River. More...

Keywords:
Economic Analysis
Cooling Water
Case Studies
Intakes
Performance Standards
Environmental Effects
Entrainment
Environmental Law
Compliance
Clean Water Act
Cooling Water Intake Structures
Section 316(b)


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