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1971

CIS 73-1021 Petrov M.S.
Instructions for planning heating and ventilation plant in lead-accumulator factories
Ukazanija po proektirovaniju otoplenija i ventiljacii zavodov svincovyh akkumuljatorov [in Russian]
Basic rules for the elimination of air pollutants in workplaces and the removal of gaseous emanations from accumulator factories, the planning and construction of industrial buildings, and the planning of production processes. Instructions for the heating and ventilation of workplaces (with table of local exhaust ventilation systems adapted to certain types of work), and for filtering and purifying intake air. Numerous diagrammes illustrating the principles of ventilation and exhaust systems are appended.
Vsesojuznyj central'nyj naučno-issledovatel'skij Institut ohrany truda VCSPS, Leningrad, USSR, 1971. 56p. Illus.

1968

CIS 89-1414 Clean Air Act 1968 [United Kingdom]
Act designed to reduce air pollution. Among its provisions: prohibition of dark smoke from industrial or trade premises; limitations on the emission of grit, dust and fumes; smoke control areas; special provisions relating to alkali works.
HMSO Books, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1968. 16p.

1961

CIS 92-1068 Clean Air Act 1961 [Australia - New South Wales]
Consolidated version of this law (assented to on 15 Dec. 1961, effective 1 May 1962, and including amendments till 1988) which relates to the prevention or minimisation of air pollution, whether due to industrial or other causes. It covers: duty of occupiers of premises to maintain and operate pollution control equipment; obligation of occupiers not to exceed prescribed standards of air impurities and not to emit odours; prohibition to carry out certain kinds of work except in accordance with pollution control approval; right of the State Pollution Control Commission to issue notices ordering the installation of pollution-control equipment; special requirements of non-scheduled premises; control and construction of scheduled (fuel-burning) equipment; measurement of pollution; prohibition of polluting processes in certain areas; burning of refuse; penalties; powers of authorised officers; sampling of tanker loads. In annex: prescribed uses, equipment and plant.
In: Australian Industrial Safety, Health and Welfare, CCH Australia Ltd., CNR Talavera & Khartoum Roads, Box 230, North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia, Vol.2, 20p. (pages numbered 57,951 - 58,034).

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