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Emission standard

Emission standard

this regulatory value is a quantitative limit on the emission or discharge of a potentially toxic substance from a source. The simplest form for regulatory purposes is a uniform emission standard (UES) where the same limit is placed on all emissions of a particular contaminant.


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