SAN FRANCISCO The Bay Area Air Quality Management District reportedly voted Wednesday to require emission controls on restaurant charbroilers that cook high volumes of beef. The regulation will apply to restaurants with open, slotted charbroilers that cook 800 pounds of beef per week, beginning in 2013. Quick service restaurants with chain-driven charbroilers that heat burgers on a conveyor belt would require emission controls if they cook 400 pounds of beef per week, beginning in ...

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