Given the potential for measurement error for our choice of EP measures, we establish that our results are qualitatively similar using an alternate POLLUTE
indicator variable based on [EP.
60) In its 1896 report the Massachusetts Board of Health discussed not only the problems of industrial wastes ("waste liquors or sewage from those manufacturing industries in the State which pollute
or threaten to pollute
our rivers and ponds"), but also possible solutions to the problems.
For the national sulfur dioxide trading program, the designers had to steer a path between environmentalists' mistrust of trading the right to pollute
and the business community's mistrust of tough reduction goals.
You don't have to infest the neighborhood or pollute
the local stream with pesticides to deal with unwanted critters.
: Tankers and pipelines sometimes leak; refineries, where oil is purified, produce toxic wastes; burning oil pollutes
Gray Davis on Monday signed into law a bill by Assemblywoman Cindy Montanez, D-Mission Hills, that would charge a mandatory $3,000 fine for businesses and local governments that do not file monthly reports on how much they pollute
However, the use of such fertilizers can only increase crop production so much, and excess fertilizers wash into and pollute
waterways, increasing the rate of eutrophication in lakes and ponds.
The groups charge that the South Coast Air Quality Management District has mismanaged a program that allows companies to buy and sell credits to pollute
The microbe-oil filter could plug up pores in aquifers; make water taste or smell bad or be totally undrinkable; or pollute
water with nitrites, a dangerous by-product of denitrification, they note.
Just one switch has the potential to pollute
a 20 acre lake.
Under these changes, 17,000 refineries, chemical plants, pulp and paper mills, and power plants will be allowed to pollute
more without installing modern-day pollution control technologies.