DoE, industry blow cool on economic instruments for VOCs

Economic instruments could offer large theoretical cost savings over conventional regulatory approaches to abate emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), according to a report for the Department of the Environment (DoE). But instruments such as a solvent tax or tradable permit scheme would carry serious practical difficulties - and the DoE and industry are blowing distinctly cool on the idea.

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