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4 EPA J. 1 (1978)

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Environmental Protection

Office of
Public Awareness (A-107)
Washington DC 20460

Volume 4
Number 1
January 1978

Douglas M. Costle, Administrator
Joan Martin Nicholson, Director Office of Public Awareness
Charles D. Pierce, Editor
Truman Temple, Associate Editor
Dave Cohen, Chris Perham, Assistant Editors

With this issue, EPA Journal is
using for the first time process
color and new design and
typography based on a graphics
system developed by Chermay-
eff & Geismar Associates of
New York.

Industry and EPA         2
Administrator Douglas M.
Costle writes about the benefits
of pollution control to industry.
Protecting Lake          4
A review of the settlement of
the epic Reserve Mining Co.

Forum                   I
Representatives of an industry
association and an environ-
mental group offer their

Using'The Rule of
A search for environmental
solutions in coal mining.
The Path Ahead
An interview with Administra
Costle on the future of EPA a
the environmental movemeni

0  Industry Guide to EPA
Measuring Social
Secretary of Commerce Juan
Kreps calls for an index to
appraise the social effects of
business operations.

12 Dealing with Toxics
Verdict on EIS
14 Industrial Council
nd  Scrubbing Coal
16 Loans for Industry
17 Paper and Steel
ita Meeting with

Return to Hopewell

Report from Region 1 21


20 People
29 Nation

30 News Briefs

EPA'S PURPOSE: To formulate and implement actions which lead to a com-
patible balance between human activities and the ability of natural systems to
support and nurture life.

Text printed on recycled paper.
COVER: A New York City
power plant.
Susan Foster
Bob Jones, Ernest Bucci-

The EPA Journal is published
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July-August and November-
December, by the U.S. Environ-
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has been approved by the Director
of the Office of Management and
Budget. Views expressed by

authors do not necessarily reflect
EPA policy. Contributions and
inquiries should be addressed to
the Editor (A-107), Waterside Mall,
401 M St., SW., Washington, D.C.,
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