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Experiences with the use of the pollution charge regulations

The cost of treatment of industrial effluents in the Netherlands is met on the basis of 'the polluter pays'. This principle is incorporated in the Pollution of Surface Waters Act, 1970 . Responsibility for surface-water management is split between central government and provinces, and the regulation... Full description

Journal Title: H2O 1977, Vol.10(24), pp.552-557
Main Author: Meijer, Ha
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description: The cost of treatment of industrial effluents in the Netherlands is met on the basis of 'the polluter pays'. This principle is incorporated in the Pollution of Surface Waters Act, 1970 . Responsibility for surface-water management is split between central government and provinces, and the regulations and formulae for setting treatment charges differ between the two, causing a number of anomalies. The central government formula relies solely on the COD measurement, while the provinces use a more flexible system in which COD, or a specially derived 'pollution unit' is used, and in which allowances can be made for volume of discharge, quantity of sludge, and the presence of heavy metals or other toxic substances.
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