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Emissions

The release of gases, liquids, and/or solids from any process or industry. Liquid emissions are commonly referred to as effluents.
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In the 2000 campaign, Bush effectively signed on to the potential deal, pledging both to revamp new source review and to support market-based legislation to cap power plant emissions of four smokestack pollutants, including carbon dioxide.
In many parts of the world, shipping-related emissions have already exceeded or are projected to exceed those from land-based sources in the next few years, if no reduction measures are taken.
The half-empty room was mostly sprinkled with Georgia Power employees and members of various environmental groups, and the two sides spent much of the meeting making their cases: Bowen had failed to modernize its plant to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions, the green activists said; Georgia Power representatives retorted that Bowen complied with environmental regulations and had a lesser health impact than pollution from wood fires, meat smoke, and diesel engines.
The big emissions advantage of twin-sheet forming is that it allows inserting fuel-system components into the tank, along with structural baffles, before the two sheets are sealed together.
Otoacoustic emissions have been the subject of considerable interest [1-5] since they were first reported by Kemp in 1979.
2] emissions have zero or negative impact on global warming.
For example, Enron, which recently proposed some large generation facilities in India, might, for example, claim that by powering them with state-of-the-art gas turbines, they reduce greenhouse emissions by, say, 10,000,000 tons per year, compared to coal, which would nominally be the fuel of choice.
In December, the world will take another shot at limiting emissions of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases.
com/reports/c50588) has announced the addition of GHG Emissions Credit Trading to their offering.
2] emissions which accompanies this low fuel consumption means that diesel engines will continue to be an appropriate power source for modern cars into the future.
x]) and volatile organic compound (VOC)] emissions estimates for 1996 to predict ozone levels in the 2050s.
The differences reflect the varying stringency of national targets, the assortment of approaches being used to meet national targets, and the allocation of emissions (mostly carbon dioxide) under each national program.

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