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Emission standard of air pollutants for industrial kiln

according to the People's Republic of China Law on air pollution prevention and control provisions of the seventh, this standard this standard is formulated in the original of the industrial furnace soot emissions standards (GB9078-88) and other industry-related national emission standards of air pollutants (industrial furnaces section) on the basis of the amendment. The standards in the technical content with standard has some of the original inheritance relationship has also been considerable modifications and changes. This standard specifies 10 19 kinds of industrial furnaces and smoke (powder) dust concentration and blackness, 6 kinds of harmful pollutants to the maximum allowable concentration (or emission limit values) and fugitive emission of smoke (powder) the maximum permissible concentration of dust.

  This standard came into effect from January 1, 1997; from the date of implementation of this standard, and replace: GB4286-84 the standards for pollutant emissions from ships (about part of industrial furnaces); GB4911-85 of the discharge standard of pollutants for iron and steel industry (about part of industrial furnaces); GB4912-85 of the light metal industrial pollutant emission standards (about part of industrial furnaces); GB4913-85 Non-ferrous industrial pollutant discharge standards (about part of industrial furnaces); GB4916-85 of the asphalt industry emission standards (about part of industrial furnaces); GB9078-88 of the industrial furnace soot emissions standards.

  from the date of implementation of this standard, GB9078-88 repealed at the same time, other such criteria for industrial furnaces section is repealed simultaneously.

  the standards proposed by the State Bureau of environmental protection science and technology standard Department;

  by the State environmental protection Bureau is responsible for the interpretation of this standard.

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  provisions of this standard by age of industrial furnace soot, dust, harmful pollutants to the maximum allowable discharge concentration, blackness emission limit values.

  This standard applies to Coke ovens, incinerators, cement industry, and other solid, liquid and gaseous fuels and management of electric heating of industrial furnaces and industrial furnace construction project environmental impact assessment, design, acceptance

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