This book examines changes in public-sector budgets resulting from the Water Pollution Control Act. It suggests that clean water can be financed in two ways—public agencies can pay or industries can recover their expenditures through increased prices to consumers.
Table of Contents
I. INTRODUCTION -- II. BACKGROUND CONSIDERATIONS -- III. MUNICIPAL EXPENDITURES -- IV. THE INCIDENCE OF INDUSTRIAL PRICE INCREASES -- V. CONCLUSIONS.
Elizabeth E Lake