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Status of air pollution control efforts in Germany, Hungary and Poland = : Stand der Luftreinhaltebemühungen in Deutschland, Ungarn und Polen

The overview of air pollution efforts in united Germany, Hungary and Poland shows that stricter legislation has recently been implemented or is in the planning stages. A comparison of each country's emissions in 1990/1991 shows Germany at the lead for most pollutans, followed by Poland and then Hung... Full description

Kongresse: Annual Meeting 1995.06.18-1995.06.23 San Antonio, TX, US
ACE 88 1995.06.18-1995.06.23 San Antonio, TX, US
Annual Meeting 1995.06.18-1995.06.23 San Antonio, TX, US
Contained in: Annual Meeting, Air & Waste Management Association, 88 (1995), p. 1-16
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Additional Keywords: DEUTSCHLAND
EG:EUROPAEISCHE-GEMEINSCHAFT
EMISSION
GESETZGEBUNG
KOHLENDIOXID
KOHLENMONOXID
LUFTVERSCHMUTZUNG
METHAN
POLEN
SCHADSTOFF
SCHWEFELDIOXID
STAUB
STICKSTOFFOXID
UMWELTSCHUTZ
UNGARN
VERUNREINIGENDER-STOFF
VORSCHRIFT
ZUKUENFTIGE-ZEIT
Notes: Copyright: Metadaten: TEMA, Copyright WTI-Frankfurt eG
Copyright: (C) Alle Rechte beim Herausgeber
Physical Description: 16 Seiten, 4 Tabellen, 21 Quellen
PPN (Catalogue-ID): WTI033009023
Note: WTI TEMA DB
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