antipollution antipollution


  • (adj) intended to reduce pollution


  1. Chinese officials implemented $17 billion in antipollution programs before the start of the Games.
  2. Thousands more, including antipollution crusader Erin Brockovich, are suing home builders, landlords and insurers for damages to their property and their health.
  3. Given too short a lead timeto retool assembly lines normally takes about two yearsthe best antipollution device the engineers could come up with was the catalytic converter.


  • Coal industry turns to exports

    The U.S. coal industry, under increasing pressure at home after President Barack Obama's call Tuesday for tougher antipollution rules, is ratcheting up a more promising part of its business: exports.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Coshocton Tribune


  1. Blumenthal said, "This money means cleaner air for Connecticut residents. These antipollution programs, funded by the polluter, will help offset toxins travelling into Connecticut from out-of-state smokestacks. This victory is a promising step...
    on Apr 8, 2008 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Norwalk Plus Magazine

  2. "My administration has put in place some of the most important antipollution policies in a decade, policies that have reduced harmful emissions, reclaimed brownfields, cut phosphorus releases into our rivers and streams," Bush said. "Since...
    on Apr 23, 2004 By: President Bush Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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