Deutsch: Emission / Español: Emisiones / Português: Emissão / Français: Émission / Italiano: Emissione (disambigua)
Emission may refer to exhaust gas, flue gas occurring as a result of the combustion of a fuel or the
emission of greenhouse gases, a gas in an atmosphere that absorbs and emits radiation within the thermal infrared range

In an industrial or manufacturing context, "emission" generally refers to the release of pollutants or waste products into the environment. This can include the release of gases, such as carbon dioxide or nitrogen oxides, as well as solid or liquid waste products, such as chemicals or waste water.

  1. Greenhouse gas emissions: The release of gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere, which contribute to global warming and climate change.

  2. Air emissions: The release of pollutants into the air, such as fumes, smoke, or particulate matter, which can impact air quality and human health.

  3. Water emissions: The release of pollutants into bodies of water, such as rivers, lakes, or oceans, which can impact water quality and harm aquatic life.

  4. Waste emissions: The release of solid or liquid waste products into the environment, such as chemical waste, medical waste, or hazardous waste.

  5. Sound emissions: The release of sound into the environment, such as noise pollution from factories, construction sites, or transportation systems.

These are just a few examples of the use of "emission" in an industrial context, and the specific meaning of the term may vary depending on the context and the industry or application. Many industries and governments have implemented regulations and guidelines to control and reduce emissions in order to protect the environment and public health.

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