Beijing confirms it will implement stage 6 emissions rules in 2019

February 15, 2019 by maitreyi.karthik@climate-connect.com

(Source: Clean Technica) Beijing has some of the worst air pollution of any city in the world. In an effort to combat that problem, it has established a series of pollution regulations for the motor vehicles that use its streets. Currently, Stage V rules — based primarily on regulations promulgated by the European Union — are in force.

But there are new Stage VI rules ready to go which seek to slash carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions by 50% below those already strict Stage V level. Particulates would also see a 40% reduction. The Stage VI regulations are based on the ULEV standard promulgated by the California Air Resources Board. Read full article….

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