A Case Study in Pollution Control: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS AND LOGISTIC S
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The problem of maintaining environmental quality faces managers at all levels of government service. The study describes how a selected United States Air Force base managed its air pollution problems. A non-technical introduction into the nature of air pollution is given. The history of air pollution legislation is described with emphasis on statutes and executive orders which had the greatest effect on the military establishment. A brief description of Department of Defense programs for air pollution control is followed by a detailed discussion of Air Force policies and programs. The specific air pollutants at Wright-Patterson AFB are detailed as well as methods used for control. Author
- Air Pollution and Control