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Chimney heights. Third edition of the 1956 Clean Air Act memorandum

Year 1981
Abstract Provides for the use of Local Authorities, Industry and others who may need to determine the height appropriate for certain new chimneys. The main changes from the second edition are the inclusion of a method dealing with very low sulphur fuel, the extension of the method for taking into account the height of nearby buildings, and the extension of the range of the size of furnace included.
ISBN 9780117515567
Subject(s) Building structure
Roofs
Chimneys
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Publisher Department of the Environment
Publisher History The Department of the Environment merged with the Department of Transport to form the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. This organisation has since combined with others to form the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.


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