Step outside any fast food outlet on a sultry summer day, take a big whiff and you’ll get an immediate sensory impression of the air quality problem some restaurants present. But it’s not cooking odors per se that have clean air officials concerned. It’s the emissions that go along with them. Engineers at the nine-county Bay Area Air Quality Management Board headquartered in San Francisco estimate that 6.9 tons of fine soot particles and 1.1 tons of smog-forming gases are emitted from the ...

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