environmental protection


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environmental protection

[in¦vī·ərn¦ment·əl prə′tek·shən]
(engineering)
The protection of humans and equipment against stresses of climate and other elements of the environment.
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The solid waste treatment industry, which is in the peak growth period of investment, is the major growth point for China's environmental protection industry in future.
Development environment of China environmental protection equipment industry, including policy and investment environment;
Vice Premier Li's latest remarks have attached greatest importance to the energy conservation and environmental protection sector.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection et al, Justice James P.
Marks believes that practicality will eventually force even the most recalcitrant Republican to acknowledge the importance of environmental protection.
But they add, with dismay, that the debate over regulation had left them painted as polluters intent on undoing environmental protections.
As well, our development efforts are being crippled by the application of environmental standards designed to resolve a southern Ontario crisis rather than address the environmental protection needs of the north.
Landlords can install water-saving fixtures in rental apartments, as well as water saving toilets and shower heads, they should check for leaks in their buildings and fix broken pipes," said a spokesperson for the Department of Environmental Protection.
Although individual riders are generally narrow in focus, taken as a group, this year's crop is a significant step backwards in environmental protection.
In 2009, the sales value of Chinese special equipment manufacturing industry for environmental protection and social public security was CNY 133.
China's environmental protection industry covers a variety of equipment and services and often overlaps with other industries.

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