Costs and Benefits Relating to Paper Mill Waste Water Treatmentby Arthur Lesser, Jr., Prof. of Mgmt. Sci.; Stevens Inst. of Tech., Hoboken, NJ,
Michael A. Tirabassi, Arthur Andersen & Co., New York, NY,
Serial Information: Engineering Issues: Journal of Professional Activities, 1974, Vol. 100, Issue 1, Pg. 61-68
Document Type: Journal Paper
This paper deals with the hypothesis that, in many cases, internal costs to the organization expended on capital equipment for waste treatment may be economically justifiable when external savings to others are considered. A case is examined where external savings to a water purveyor appear to balance the wastewater treatment capital of a paper plant located on the purveyor's source river.
Subject Headings: Waste treatment | Wastewater treatment | Benefit cost ratios | Industrial wastes | Wastewater treatment plants | Water conservation | Assets | Water treatment plants | Equipment and machinery | Economic factors | Organizations
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