Air Pollution. 85-1, 1957

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1957 - Air - 157 pages

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Page 29 - I was very much interested in what you had to say about agricultural policy and the technological progress that has been made.
Page 146 - ... his petition is filed, for an order, pursuant to the prayer of his petition. Notice of the application must be served, in the manner prescribed by law for the service of a paper upon an attorney in a civil action, in a court of record, upon each person, who has filed a like petition, at least eight days before the application; and also upon each person, upon whom a notice of sale was served, as shown in the affidavit of sale, or upon his executor or administrator.
Page 1 - ... (4) make available to State and local government air pollution control agencies, other public and private agencies and institutions, and industries, the results of surveys, studies, investigations, research, and experiments relating to air pollution and the prevention and abatement thereof.
Page 1 - Under the rules of the House of Representatives, the Committee on Government Operations has the duty of studying the operation of Government activities at all levels with a view to determining its economy and efficiency.
Page 135 - The Ford engineering staff, although mindful that automobile engines produce exhaust gases, feels these waste vapors are dissipated in the atmosphere quickly and do not present an air pollution problem.
Page 135 - Ford engineering staff, althoug mindful that automobile engines produce exhaust gases, feels these waste vapors are dissipated in the atmosphere quickly and do not present an air-pollution problem. Therefore, our research department has not conducted any experimental work aimed at totally eliminating these gases. The fine automotive powerplants which modern-day engineers design do not "smoke.
Page 97 - He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas. He was honored with the "1958 Engineer of the Tear" award by the Dallas Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers.
Page 99 - Society, and the American Society of Civil Engineers, of which he is a member of the air pollution •committee.
Page 88 - The design and organization of a study to relate the incidence, prevalence, and prognosis of human disease to air pollution in an urban area.
Page 141 - MR. HENRY FORD II, President, Ford Motor Corp. Dearborn, Mich. Dear Mr. Ford : Are you planning to install on the 1957 models of your Ford automobiles and trucks a device to eliminate air pollution? If so, I am planning to introduce a county ordinance which will require that all new automobiles, buses, and trucks, before they are sold in Los Angeles County, be equipped with a device that is approved by the air-pollution control officer of Los Angeles County. Progress which has been made in Los Angeles...

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