antismog


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antismog

(ăn′tē-smŏg′, -smôg′, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Intended to reduce pollutants that cause smog: antismog devices for cars and power plants.
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No one knows, for instance, whether the Toyota tested by the EPA will stay clean enough as it ages to comply with the new antismog rules.
The most famous part of its antismog effort, its "zero emission vehicle" mandate, written in 1990, is floundering.
sections of] Cutler defended the automobile industry in the 1960s when the Justice Department charged the big automakers with conspiring to quash research and development for antismog devices.