environmental control


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environmental control

1. In occupational health and safety, a design feature, e.g., in a hospital or workplace, that limits the risk of on-the-job injury.
2. In the practice of allergy and immunology, a process or design that limits the exposure of the patient to particular antigens.
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The commercial aircraft environmental control systems (ECS) market comprises delivery systems that move the air, cabin pressurization control systems, and temperature control systems.
The new website provides information and specifications for a variety of cooling systems designed for a wide range of applications including electronics environmental control, cooling of equipment exposed to harsh environments, and development of custom solutions to maximize performance in lightweight and compact packages.
Like other environmental control devices it features touch-screen control for phones, lights, beds and IR devices.
Also, the Environmental Control Section will take tighter control over the issue of discharge permits, with trade waste permits no longer being issued for any period of longer than three months.
Mills McNeill, Catawba Health District, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, P.
The Role of Environmental Health Science in Addressing the Evolution of Environmental Control Strategies
The environmental control team work on litter issues, fine dog owners who don't clean up after pets and deal with fly-tipping and issues concerning gypsies.
The bill, entitled Brownfields Revitalization and Economic Restoration Act of 2001, transfers the environmental control responsibility from the federal government to the state and officially terminates the practice by which property owners could be held accountable for contamination caused by a previous owner or a neighboring brown field site.
It was written to promote further implementation of cost-effective environmental control by the pulp and paper industry.
The taut orthogonality of its form, a long, three-storey box terminated by a full-height colonnade, suggests a scientific triumph of the rational over the romantic, but it has a more quixotic side in its appropriation of materials, handling of light and approach to energy use and environmental control.
Environmental Control for the Environment frock role in the redevelopment contract ex impregnation in NEnssjE[micro].
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Environmental Control Corporation ("EVCC") (OTCBB: EVCC - News) is saddened by the recent passing of its Chairman and CEO, Albert E.

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