SAN FRANCISCO — The California Pollution Control Financing Authority has $590 million in new allocation for private-activity bond debt, after of a flurry of activity this month by the state’s debt limit committee to distribute almost $1.8 billion in volume cap before the end of the year.

The $590 million allocation gives the authority, which allocates private-activity bond volume cap to businesses that build or install pollution control, waste disposal, and waste recovery facilities, more than $1.3 billion in volume cap to work with heading into 2010, according to spokesman Joe DeAnda.

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