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emission standard

[i′mish·ən ‚stan·dərd]
(engineering)
The maximum legal quantity of pollutant permitted to be discharged from a single source.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Summary: London [UK], Apr 9 (ANI): London on Monday (local time) became the first city in the world to implement a special Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) that would charge an entry fee for older vehicles if they do not meet the emission standards.
For the next few months, used vehicles and parts can still be imported without having to prescribe to the new emission standards, a government circular showed.
"We're listening to them so we push for that or extend (the deadline) that so they can still import these units even if they are non-Euro4 as long these vehicles meet the emission standards test," he said.
THE John Cooper Works MINI will be back on sale in the spring after the car has completed testing under the new fuel emission standards.
20 -- The Ministry of Finance and Mass Media having considered the representations made by motor vehicle importers and manufacturers for a lead time to make required adjustments to comply with the proposed emission standards and safety measures, has decided to postpone the implementation of the budget proposal on introduction of emission standards and safety measures from July 01, 2018.
The Ministry of Finance and Mass Media having considered the representations made by motor vehicle importers and manufacturers for a lead time to make required adjustments to comply with the proposed emission standards and safety measures, earlier decided to postpone the implementation of the budget proposal on introduction of emission standards and safety measures.
Summary: Bypassing BS V emission standards to meet the stringent BS VI by 2020 will make India the best-in-class.
In addition to emission standards for planes, the U.S.
The evolution of emission standards in the compact equipment industry has been happening for quite some time.
Clean Harbors improperly identified, stored and disposed of hazardous waste and failed to comply with air emission standards, according to a news release from the EPA.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a proposal Thursday to reduce oil-refinery pollution that, if adopted, would mark the first change to the industry's emission standards in almost two decades.

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