|Policy status:||In Force|
|Policy Type:||Regulatory Instruments, Information and Education>Advice/Aid in Implementation|
|Policy Target:||Transport, Transport>Fuel (conventional and alternative)|
|Agency:||National Environment Protection Council|
On 29 June 2001, National Environment Protection Council (NEPC), made the National Environment Protection (Diesel Vehicle Emissions) Measure. The purpose of this Measure is to provide a framework for the management of emissions from the in-service diesel fleet. It is designed to facilitate compliance with in-service emissions standards developed in conjunction with the National Road Transport Commission. The Measure includes strategies for use by jurisdictions to ensure that in-service diesel vehicles are adequately maintained. The Measure provides guidance for developing: inspection and maintenance programmes; fleet maintenance programmes; smoky vehicle programmes; retrofit programmes (eg fitting catalysts to diesel vehicles); and engine re-build programmes.The Measure was amended in May 2009 to incorporate developments in diesel vehicle emissions technologies and experience gained in implementing the Measure.
The Measure was amended in May 2009 to incorporate developments in diesel vehicle emissions technologies and experience gained in implementing the Measure.
Last modified: Tue, 09 May 2017 16:36:29 CEST