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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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It was due to the new law on smokeless zones - I checked.
In those days, a pall of smoke hung over Liverpool, largely from countless domestic fires, which was not eliminated until smokeless zones were introduced in the 1960s.
In 1956, the Clean Air Act started legally enforcing smokeless zones in the capital.
The miners' walkout followed a 47 per cent pay claim by the NUM against a background of rocketing inflation and unprecedented union power, with central heating still a luxury and few smokeless zones.
I remember Middlesbrough before smokeless zones, a spectre that would strike fear into today's townsfolk.
There is no law making bonfires illegal, even within smokeless zones.
Art critic and social philosopher John Ruskin alone can be credited with thinking up Green Belts, Smokeless Zones,free schools, free libraries, rent restriction legislation and town planning.
Another avenue of intrigue came a little closer to being closed off last week with the announcement that Irish betting shops are to become smokeless zones.
The odourless logs, which can be burned in smokeless zones, will have an rsp of 1.
Smokeless zones were introduced banning coal fires and industrial pollution has been cut by 60 per cent - but today is still responsible for more than 50 per cent of all air pollution.
Smokeless zones and green belts were created and the clean air act was made law but the biggest gaff of all time took place.