emission standard

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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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A senior executive for a truck manufacturer, that distributes in the Gulf region, has reported that the GCC Standardization Organization (GSO) is not going to implement Euro IV emissions standards for heavy goods vehicles from September 2017.
The ICAOs new rules come after years of negotiations and are the first time that Governments have set emissions standards for the aviation industry.
Australian owners of light vehicles are now mandated to adhere to new emissions standards that could help the country achieve a year's worth cut of carbon pollution of 59 tonnes by 2030, the Climate Change Authority said on Thursday.
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.
2010 emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel engines play a very special role in the evolution of the diesel engine.
The auto parts supplier has proven turbocharging and EGR technologies which will help the China-based automaker to meet China 4 emissions standards, which are equivalent to Euro 4 emissions standards.
All petrol driven vehicles, both imported and locally manufactured, would comply with the Euro-II emissions standards with effect from July.
Section 112 of the Clean Air Act requires EPA to issue national emissions standards for major sources of 187 listed HAPs.
The Maryland Senate and House of Delegates introduced a bill last week that would require cars made in model year 2011 and beyond to meet California emissions standards, the strictest in the country.
Honda said Monday it's created the first diesel engine that meets all US emissions standards for 2009, without the need for additives.
When recyclers buy new equipment, it will automatically meet the emissions standards in place at the time the unit was manufactured.
Monolayer HDPE containers and tanks won't meet new fuel vapor emissions standards from the California Air Resources Board (CARB), which are becoming de facto standards for the whole country.

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