environmental control


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environmental control

[in¦vī·ərn¦mənt·əl kən′trōl]
(engineering)
Modification and control of soil, water, and air environments of humans and other living organisms.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Industrial Environmental Control - Pulp and Paper Industry, Third Edition
In the U.S., increased automotive operating temperatures frequently blamed on tougher environmental controls have accounted for significant market penetration by silicone elastomers over the past few decades.
The bill, entitled Brownfields Revitalization and Economic Restoration Act of 2001, transfers the environmental control responsibility from the federal government to the state and officially terminates the practice by which property owners could be held accountable for contamination caused by a previous owner or a neighboring brown field site.
This year's six presentations by the Environmental Control Committee (Div.
"The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control's [DHEC] Bureau of Environmental Services is still studying the problem," says Stephanie Brundage, district health director for the Appalachia II Public Health District.
For sure you don't want the Avenger's ECU/PPU (environmental control unit/primary power unit) to fail, especially in the desert heat of Iraq.
It has become better for them to operate a greenfield foundry in another country (such as Mexico) with little or practically no environmental control concerns.
The award recognizes outstanding technical contribution in the area of environmental control in the pulp, paper and allied industries.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 26, 2019-: Global Environmental Control Systems Market 2019 - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Strategies and Forecast To 2024

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