control zone


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control zone

A controlled airspace extending upwards from the surface of the Earth to a specified upper limit. See also airway; control area; controlled airspace; terminal control area.
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This has come at a cost to growers in the control zone who have to meet strict protocols to be able to sell their product.
There are now some 200 Cold Calling Control Zones in West Yorkshire, which arm residents with information and the confi-dence to say 'No' to cold callers rogue traders, pushy sales people, doorstep criminals and also to hopefully reduce distraction burglaries.
Moreover, the comparison of the plants' indices in plantations of sanitary protective zones and along highways with plants in conventional control zone showed that chlorophyll b content in conditions of intensive technogenic impact was higher during all periods of observation.
Councillors, police, trading standards officers and local residents launch the Cold Calling Control Zone
Under this Control Zone Exemption to its tariff, Texas Eastern agreed to accept nonconforming gas in the Control Zone, with the proviso that a blended stream of gas can be created that meets the tariff specifications by the time the gas reaches the control point at the discharge side of the Uniontown compressor station.
Live sheep and cattle exports will be banned for two years in large control zones around areas affected by outbreaks of the Bluetongue virus, Deffa has confirmed.
The UK Bluetongue Control Strategy and EU legislation require the zones to be extended due to the proximity of these cases to the boundary of the existing Control Zone.
A 20km control zone will be placed around the farm if bluetongue appears to have infected other animals and insects.
A 3km control zone is in place around premises near the village of Rogate as a precautionary measure, a spokesman for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said.
Defra said the control zone was a "precautionary measure" and it would take 24 hours before test results could be confirmed by vets brought in from Leicestershire.
The Sunbury course, and Ascot and Windsor racecourses, all fall within the ten-kilometre control zone surrounding the farm in Egham, Surrey, at the centre of the latest outbreak, although there are no trainers inside the area.