air-pollution control

air-pollution control

[¦er pə′lü·shən kən‚trōl]
(engineering)
A practical means of treating polluting sources to maintain a desired degree of air cleanliness.
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The $80,000 settlement, approved by a Wood County judge, represents forfeitures, court costs and surcharges for 16 violations of the company's air-pollution control construction permit and air pollution control laws, Van Hollen said.
Morag-Levine argues that the law concerning environmental protection contains two opposing traditions: one based in European civil law, which ultimately yielded technology standards for air-pollution control, and the other based in the common law, which came to rely on risk-based standards.
VVK Weege, a new firm offering air-pollution control technology specifically for composites fabricators, will also discuss two other systems, the Wega Bio-Scrubber and Wega Bio-Filter.
But we got a commitment from the EPA staff [on June 23] that they will work with state and local air-pollution control officials to resolve them." One of the biggest of those issues is what to do about polluters whose hydrocarbon emissions cross state lines.
The company's proprietor, Greg Black, developed the website to provide basic air-pollution control project support to plant engineers who need assistance with sizing new equipment or improving upon an existing system.
Keeney from requiring Polymer Resources of Farmington to monitor vapor emissions at the extruder die head before the emissions could pass through the plant's air-pollution control equipment.