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GLRPPR Sector Resource: The Electric Power Industry and Mercury Regulation: Protective, Cost-Effective, and Market-Based Solutions

Title:
The Electric Power Industry and Mercury Regulation: Protective, Cost-Effective, and Market-Based Solutions

Abstract:
Full Citation: Rossler, M.T. “The Electric Power Industry and Mercury Regulation: Protective, Cost-Effective, and Market-Based Solutions.” EM, April 2002: 15-21.

Author: Michael T. Rossler

Summary: This article is based upon a presentation given at the 5th Electric Utilities Environmental Conference on Air Quality, Global Climate Change, Renewable Energy and Emergency Response, held in Tucson, AZ in January 2002. Rossler analyzes currently available and emerging technologies for mercury control and removal at utilities, and discusses market-based solutions, including emissions trading and multi-emissions policy. (Length: 7 pages)

Publisher: Air & Waste Management Association, One Gateway Center, Third Floor, 420 Fort Duquesne Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA.

Price/Ordering Information: Members of AWMA can access an online archive that goes back to 1997 at www.awma.org. To order reprints, contact Nancy Bernheisel, Publications Assistant, at (412) 232-3444, ext. 3179 or via e-mail at pubsasst@awma.org. Reprints cost $17.50 U.S. for AWMA members ($20.50 for nonmembers) plus a shipping charge (per paper) of $2.50 U.S. for North American residents ($5.00 for those outside North America). Reprints are subject to availability. Also check with your local library for availability or for information about inter-library loan services.

URL:
Hard Copy

Source:
EM Magazine (ISSN 1088-9981)

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
April 2002

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