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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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From 2010 to 2014, expansion was observed as the most important growth strategy adopted by the major emission control catalyst manufacturers, accounting for a share of 46% of the total strategies adopted by the players.
Emission Control Components & Materials (published 07/2003, 233 pages) is available for $3,800 from The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Methods for retrofitting engines with emission control devices have not been standardized, but include installation of particulate filters or oxidation catalysts.
At facilities with a pneumatic conveyance system, an enclosure or shroud must be installed and connected to the emission control device and the storage bin to prevent visible emissions at any time, effective July 1, 2002.
Gain insights on the growth potential of carbon capture technologies and other clean energy resources offered by the new carbon emission control rule in the US
The move would require tougher emission controls from the Kern County Air Pollution Control District, which is included in the planning area.
The report provides through insight of global and geography wise market for Emission control product and material and forecasting of the same.
The MACT standards could require foundries to significantly enhance their emission controls, and this year's AFS Environmental, Health & Safety Conference looked at the impact of these potential regulations.
The US Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a set of new emission control regulations that require significant reductions in emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), mercury and acid gases from the power plants in the eastern US.
Both cupolas are the same size and style and are capable of similar melt rates, but they operate with different emission control systems, Plant 2 uses a pulse jet dust collector, while Plant 3 uses a high-energy venturi wet scrubber.
As ARB continually raises the bar with stricter emission control standards, automakers respond by producing vehicles that pollute less and less because of continually improved pollution control equipment.
LONDON -- The Materials Group at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce its 2007 Quarterly Analyst Briefing Presentation on the European emission control catalyst market to be held on Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at 2:00 pm GMT.