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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.
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The top players in the emission control catalyst market need to develop advanced catalytic technologies to meet the rising emission standards established by the environmental authorities.
Canada's Environment Minister, the Honourable Peter Kent, today announced that, in order to provide cleaner air to Canadians, the Government of Canada intends to align its transportation-related air pollution emission standards with the more stringent United States proposed Tier 3 standards.
China Yuchai International Limited *(NYSE: CYD) has announced that its main operating subsidiary, Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Company Limited ("GYMCL"), recently introduced China's first prototype diesel engine compliant with Euro VI emission standards.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued final emissions standards for industrial boilers and incinerators, complying with a court order to issue the final rule for National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for Major Sources: Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Boilers, and Process Heaters.
Any new emission standards for hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) published by August could require pipelines to equip engines with catalytic converters.
ISLAMABAD, May 10, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Ministry of Environment has decided to enforce Euro-II emission standards for all new petrol driven imported and locally manufactured vehicles from July this year and the same standard would be applicable for diesel driven automobiles from July 2012.
The proposed amendment to the General Provisions of the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant was published in the Federal Register on Jan.
Quebec, which received a B+ in the report, adopted California emission standards, the strictest regulations in the United States on how much carbon dioxide a car can emit.
Here's the good news for recycling companies: In the United States, the burden of meeting emission standards is squarely on the shoulder of the engine manufacturer.
Here's the good news for recycling companies In the United States, the burden of meeting emission standards is squarely on the shoulders of the engine manufacturer.
In fact, extensive efforts have been made to control crankcase, evaporative, and exhaust emissions from new on-road vehicles through the implementation of emission standards for new vehicles.
Under what is known as the mayor's taxi emissions strategy, from July 2006, the 2,400 taxis that only conform to pre-European emission standards will be required to meet the latest Euro 3 standards.

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