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Nassau County Emissions Reduction Initiatives

Eleven counties from around the country gathered and signed the U.S. Cool Counties Climate Stabilization Declaration promising to work towards reducing the harmful global emissions by 80 percent by the year of 2050. This would mean an annual reduction of 2 percent, which is believed to be achievable. These eleven counties were led by Nassau … Read more

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This Is How To Control Air Pollution Emissions

If you would like to learn about how to control air pollution emissions, you will want to read this article. Emissions that pollute come from factories, automobiles, burning of unnatural manmade waste and numerous other sources created and acted out by humanity. The question now becomes how to control air pollution emissions? The first step … Read more

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What Is An Emissions Control Unit

An emissions control unit is any of several miscellaneous emissions control devices that may be installed on a car, truck, SUV, van, ATV, boat, aqua/marine vehicle, aviation vehicle, business or commercial vehicle or any other contributing source of pollution emissions. Lets break down the label, emissions control unit so as we may define the use … Read more

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What Emissions Control Systems Are On My Car?

The emissions control systems of your car include but are not limited to the following systems and system parts: The evaporative control system, which includes the PCV valve, the vacuum reservoir, the vacuum lines, the intake system, the vapor canister, the vapor restrictor, the purge control valve and the pressure/vacuum relief filler cap. The exhaust … Read more

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When The Emissions Control Pressure High Is Reached

The emissions control canister will release the stored fuel vapors from within it when the emissions control pressure high is reached. At the pre-determined emissions control pressure high one of three control methods become activated for the emissions control canister to purge the vapors from itself. The three control methods to purge the emissions control … Read more

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Emissions Control Gas Vent Valve is a Necessary Part of Your Car

Each part of your automobile is controlled by a different part, yet they all work together to keep the vehicle operating efficiently. The automobile technology has made much advancement through the years. These advancements have improved the efficiency of the automobile while at the same time being less harmful to our environment. Years ago, when … Read more

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An Emissions Control Device Is A Necessity For Clean Living

An emissions control device is used to control the amount of air pollution emissions from being released in the atmosphere. We encounter different sources of air pollution emissions in our daily lives. Some of the major sources are stationary sources, which may include steel mills, power plants, cement plants, smelters, refineries and other various industrial … Read more

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Diesel Emissions Control Regulations

Diesel-powered vehicles are the backbones of all industry in the U.S.A. today making diesel emissions control a very important consideration of industry. Not unlike gasoline burning engines in cars, the diesel engine industry is also under regulatory action for diesel emissions control. The primary ingredient in the thick, black diesel exhaust is what we know … Read more

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Control Of Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Is Important

When fuel is burned in automobile engines at high temperatures, nitrogen oxides emissions are created. More than half of all nitrogen oxides emissions in the United States of America are caused by both on-road and non-road mobile sources which are a major polluter of nitrogen oxides emissions. Because of these facts, it is understandable that … Read more

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The Control of Exhaust Emissions Start Here

The control of exhaust emissions is a multi-system task. The multiple systems involved are the oxygen sensors, the EGR (Exhaust Gas Return) valve, the catalytic converter and the muffler/tailpipe. The oxygen sensors help in the control of exhaust emissions by sensing if there is either too much oxygen or too much combustible fuel being released … Read more