The control of airborn emissions from industrial sources has become a fact of life for management all over the United States. Every state, the federal government, and several hundred municipalities and counties have enabling legislation backed up by ever-increasing volumes of regulations aimed at reducing pollution of the atmosphere. Recognizing the inevitability of even more restrictive regulations, many individual companies and industry organizations are directing efforts toward identifying the air pollution potential of their operations and investigating the means available to them to meet the standards imposed upon them.

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