smokeless zone

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smokeless zone

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an area designated by the local authority where only smokeless fuels are permitted
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He said earlier had said that in 1952 the great smog was faced by London which thereafter implemented Environmental laws and in 1956 implemented clean air act 1956.
Petitioners' counsel Sheraz Zaka had submitted that in 1952 the great smog was faced by London which thereafter implemented environmental laws and in 1956 implemented the Clean Air Act 1956.
In this exclusive excerpt, John recalls the pea-soupers of yesteryear: "Thanks to the Clean Air Act 1956 those dense fogs responsible for the deaths of thousands have long disappeared.