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      • Contract no. W-7405-eng-26.Prepared for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Division of Site Safety & Environmental Analysis, under interagency agreement DOE 40-544-75, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region II, Water Facilities Branch, Energy & Thermal Wastes Section, Water Division.July 1979.Bibliography: p. 131-138.

        StatementDept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
        PublishersDept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
        LC Classifications1979
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 110 p. :
        Number of Pages98
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2ORNL/TM -- 6472.
        3ORNL/TM ; 6472

        nodata File Size: 5MB.

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Discharging wastewater containing elevated levels of TSS would likely result in also discharging other pollutants e. [] Thus, the final rule establishes BAT limitations for legacy wastewater equal to the previously promulgated BPT limitations on TSS in discharges of fly ash transport water, bottom ash transport water, and low volume waste sources.

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[] Under this final rule, EPA estimates that about 12 percent of steam electric power plants and 28 percent of coal-fired or petroleum coke-fired power plants will incur some costs. The Agency retains considerable discretion in assigning the weight to be accorded these factors.

Plants incurring costs below one percent of revenue are unlikely to face economic impacts, while plants with costs between one percent and three percent of revenue have a higher chance of facing economic impacts, and plants incurring costs above three percent of revenue have a still higher probability of economic impacts. 2 The value presented in Table IX-2 for the seven percent discount rate is slightly lower than the comparable industry costs pre-tax in Table IX-1 e.

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