The DEP has authority only over manufacturing or emission sites, not mere storage sites, as this one is.
As in: At current emission levels, we will suffer Total Weather Apocalypse by 2050.
emission reductions from recycling are not massive, but they are still significant.
That the "forward tone" is interpreted as a reference to the emission of the voice was noted earlier in this chapter.
It is the sexual excitement more than the emission which exhausts.
The emission of all these different types of radiation involves a continual drain of energy from the radio-active body.
The sound of the name represents the emission of breath from the mouth.
Some of the phenomena of radiation can be explained only by the emission theory, and others by the undulatory theory of light.
A small aperture, about the middle of it, sufficed for the emission of his words.
From the emission and reception of the proposals for the “Iliad,” the kindness of Addison seems to have abated.
early 15c., "something sent forth," from Middle French émission (14c.) and directly from Latin emissionem (nominative emissio) "a sending out, projecting, hurling, letting go, releasing," from past participle stem of emittere "send out" (see emit). Meaning "a giving off or emitting" is from 1610s.
emission e·mis·sion (ĭ-mĭsh'ən)
A discharge of fluid from a living body, usually a seminal discharge.