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KAHAB has been taken from the first words of reduction, conduction, transportation and gasoline vapor recovery in Farsi.
Finally, correlation analysis between the average concentration of gasoline vapor measured and the CS of the SGf and SGm groups were conducted.
In this context, petrol pump workers were studied who by virtue of their occupation is continuously exposed to the various chemical substances and volatile organic compounds liberated in the form of gasoline vapors in their breathing zone.
[21] found that exposure to gasoline vapor by the PSA and AM was associated with a time-dependent increase in blood methaemoglobin (MetHb) concentration, as compared to the controls.
Kramer were prepared to testify that plaintiff's in utero exposure to gasoline vapor proximately caused his birth defects.
A leak of gasoline vapor caused the blast at the Caribbean Petroleum Corp.
States will then have to submit State Implementation Plans outlining how they will meet the ozone control standards, and could include things like tighter controls on industrial facility emissions, additional requirements for transportation sources, gasoline vapor recovery controls and more.
To be called a PZEV, a vehicle has to have extremely low tailpipe emissions, as well as next-to-no evaporative emissions (the gasoline vapor that leaks out through gas caps or imperfectly sealed engine systems).
The EPA said measures that states and localities may be required to take to control ozone pollution may include "stricter controls on emissions from industrial facilities, additional planning requirements for transportation sources or other programs like gasoline vapor recovery controls." The agency noted that it also "plans to work with states and local governments to help develop innovative approaches to meeting the new standard."
The gasoline vapor is conducted into the cylinder of the engine as steam would be, and is there exploded by a spark from the electric battery.
The board then ordered Toyota in September to recall some 330,000 vehicles -- 1996-1998 Toyota models -- in California saying that Toyota on-board computers fail to detect gasoline vapor leaks under normal driving conditions and illuminate the ''check engine'' light.