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emission control

[i′mish·ən kən‚trōl]
(meteorology)
A strategy for reducing or preventing atmospheric pollution, such as a catalytic converter used for pollutant removal from automotive exhaust.
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5L engine represents the third Integrated Emissions Control system configuration John Deere will offer for Final Tier 4/Stage IV.
The move is aimed at cementing the companies' presence in emissions control solutions for the heavy and light duty markets, both in the original equipment and after-market segments, they said.
New Emissions Control System Meets 2010 Standards New Jersey has the strictest environmental regulations in the nation.
Filters represent the largest group of consumable products utilized in emissions control.
To understand operating costs associated with the system, it's first necessary to understand the cupola and emissions control setup in both foundries.
In May 2006, AMP-Ohio filed an air permit-to-install application with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for the proposed 1,000 megawatt (MW) American Municipal Power Generating Station (AMPGS) Project, which will utilize pulverized coal and incorporate the best of the latest generation of available and proven emissions control technology to ensure that it meets or exceeds all environmental regulations and emissions limitation requirements.
SAN ANTONIO -- Southwest Research Institute will evaluate seven new engines for the Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Benchmarking program, focusing particularly on the engine performance and fuel consumption associated with new exhaust emissions control technology.
Agreement will help Cummins meet US 2007 emissions control regulations
Extengine is a California-based developer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative advanced diesel emissions control products and biodiesel fuels.
Energenics will be responsible for marketing and demand fulfillment for Clean Diesel's patented emissions control products in the rapidly developing Asia Pacific markets.
With increasingly stricter emissions regulations forecasted, the emissions control content per light vehicle will rise over the next few years as a result of the introduction of multiple catalytic converters per vehicle and heat exchangers.
Following the Roseville demonstration project, the system will be reconfigured as an Advanced Maritime Emissions Control System (AMECS) at the Port of Long Beach to demonstrate its effectiveness in capturing and treating emissions from ships loading and unloading cargo in port.

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