Clean Air Act Amendments of 1966: Hearing, Eighty-ninth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 13199 [and] S. 3112
United States. Congress. House Interstate and Foreign Commerce, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Public Health and Welfare
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - 126 sider
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Side 95 - ... air contaminant for a period or periods aggregating more than three minutes in any one hour which is : A. As dark or darker in shade as that designated as No. 2 on the Ringelmann chart, as published by the United States Bureau of Mines, or B. Of such opacity as to obscure an observer's view to a degree equal to or greater than does smoke described in subsection A of this rule.
Side 13 - ... (3) that the prevention and control of air pollution at its source is the primary responsibility of States and local governments; and (4) that Federal financial assistance and leadership is essential for the development of cooperative Federal, State, regional, and local programs to prevent and control air pollution.
Side 111 - Whoever steals, unlawfully abstracts, unlawfully and willfully converts to his own use or to the use of another, or embezzles any of the moneys, funds, securities, credits, property, or assets of any registered investment company shall be deemed guilty of a crime, and upon conviction thereof shall be subject to the penalties provided in section 49.
Side 54 - Murphy, SD, Ulrich, CE, Frankowitz, SH, and Xintaras, C. : Altered Function in Animals Inhaling Low Concentrations of Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide.
Side 36 - That there is frequently a simple association between an infectious disease agent and the acute disease reaction which it provokes was once a startling revelation. And in public health it has served us well and continues to serve us well. But we have learned that it is not the master key that unlocks all the secrets of disease and health. The idea that one factor is wholly responsible for any one illness is patently too simple to provide all the answers we need to deal with the chronic diseases which...
Side 92 - No person shall cause, suffer, or allow <to be emitted into the outdoor atmosphere from any fuel-burning equipment or premises, or to pass a convenient measuring point near the stack outlet, particulate matter in the...
Side 81 - ... per cent or less on a dry basis. Provided, however, that if a fuel contains volatile matter in excess of 23 per cent on a dry basis, it shall be acceptable under the terms of this ordinance provided that it meets the same standards in regard to smoke production as that of a fuel containing less than 23 per cent volatile matter on a dry basis, and subject to the following conditions in order to ascertain whether or not such standards are met...