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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The local community has suffered but unfortunately Cofton Hackett, on the Worcestershire side of the border, is not as yet, so I'm advised, a: Smokeless Zone.
Not everybody had the coal, if you lived in a smokeless zone or you didn't have coal-burning facilities, but for those who did, it saved PS1,000 a year or more in heating costs.
SIXTY years ago Coventry became the UK's first smokeless zone in a bid to tackle smog.
It used to do a pint of oil to a gallon of petrol, and I was pulled over in central London to be informed it was a smokeless zone," he remembers.
A coal-effect gas fire has replaced the original - a concession the Trust was forced to make, as the area is now a smokeless zone.
Nor do they come under smokeless zone or pollution regulations.
Sanitary inspectors to the council were involved in pioneering air pollution work with the introduction of the first smokeless zone in the country at the end of the 1940s.
It is necessary to have an approved stove to burn wood in a smoKeless zone which applies to KirKlees and other urban authority areas.
It is not outside the realms of possibility of forming a smokeless zone in Newcastle," he added.
Today's number one: I Feel For You -Chaka Khan 50 years ago "SMOKY, grimy Teesside may be virtually a smokeless zone within 15 years," said Councillor J A Brown chairman of the Teesside Smoke Abatement Society.
50 years agoNottingham Health Committee yesterday decided to set up a smokeless zone in the centre of the city.