GB 16297-1996: Translated English of Chinese Standard. GB16297-1996.: Integrated emission standard of air pollutants

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This standard specifies the emission limit for 33 kinds of air pollutants. And it also specifies various requirements for executing this standard. In current Chinese national air pollutants emission standard system, and based on the principle that the integrated emission standard AND industry emission standard are not carried out crossly - boiler uses GB13271-91 Boiler Air Pollutants Emission Standard; industrial furnace uses GB9078-1996 Industrial Furnace Air Pollutants Emission Standard; thermal power plant uses GB 13223-1996 Thermal Power Plant Air Pollutants Emission Standard; coke furnace uses GB 16171-1996 Coke oven Air Pollutants Emission Standard; cement plant uses GB4915-1996 Cement Plant Air Pollutants Emission Standard; foul-smell substance emission uses GB 14554-93 Foul Smell Pollutants emission Standard; automobile emission uses GB14761.1 - 14761.7-93 Automobile Air Poll.
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