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Prohibited emission of dark smoke from chimneys, with some exceptions. Limited emissions of CO and hydrocarbons from petrol engines.
Came into force in Limited black smoke emissions from heavy duty vehicles. In addition the Act limited the amount of sulphur in fuel oil.
Repealed in Defined two types of gas oil diesel and heating oil. In , leaf burning was banned and in the APCD began ticketing drivers for smoking vehicles.
Then, in , the Clean Air Act was amended. The new rules required several large-scale pollution reduction programs in Louisville, including the Vehicle Emissions Testing VET program.
Starting in , the VET program required annual emissions tests from all vehicles in Louisville, except construction and farm equipment. The amendments also required the APCD to review traffic-control plans for new development in Louisville.
The Clean Air Act was amended again in , bringing significant changes to the world of air pollution control. The federal government began to tighten tailpipe emission standards for vehicles and required the sale of cleaner-burning gasoline in the most polluted cities. In , Louisville gas stations were required to sell reformulated gasoline to reduce smog-forming pollution from vehicle exhaust. The amendments also created the Acid Rain program to reduce sulfur dioxide SO 2 emissions nationwide as well as a federal program to reduce emissions of toxic pollutants.
In , the VET program ended.
In the same year, the city and county governments merged.