Coordination of Industrial Air and Water Quality Programs as an Effective Management Policy.

by Dennis P. Tihansky

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A recommendation that industry coordinate air and water quality management programs as an effective approach for minimizing waste abatement expenditures as well as delays in meeting pollution control regulations. Complementarity of waste treatment projects is evaluated in terms of both regional (out-of-plant) and intrafirm advantages. 5 pp. Ref.

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