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UK facing top European Court over air pollution should act as catalyst for punishing emissions cheaters like Volkswagen

First published by Admin on June 05, 2018 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with | |

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The fact that the UK is facing being taken to the top European Court over air pollution should act as catalyst for punishing emissions cheaters like Volkswagen.

The UK is looking at fines that could run into the millions of pounds and has been referred to the European Court of Justice by the European Commission over failures to maintain vital pollution targets.

The Commission has reportedly issued “letters of formal notice” which may then lead to formal action against the UK.

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Nissan Qashqai SUV reportedly breaching EU NOx limits

First published by Admin on April 27, 2018 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with | |

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The Nissan Qashqai SUV is reportedly breaching EU NOx limits, adding to the list of cars that appear to be emitting far more pollutants than perhaps expected.

Some tests – as we have seen from the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal we are dealing with compensation claims for – appear to show that there are models polluting significantly more NOx on the road.

NOx kills, and it damages our environment. Laws are in place to reduce NOx being emitted for very good reasons.
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EU to toughen up enforcement rules for spot-checking vehicles

First published by Admin on February 01, 2018 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with

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The European Commission, the European Parliament and the 28 member states of the European Council have come to an agreement to make enforcement rules for cars to be much stricter and stronger, with the need for powers to conduct spot-checks to see if manufacturers are complying with rules.

Reportedly prompted by the atrocious Volkswagen scandal that revealed 11 million cars to be fitted with so-called “defeat devices” to cheat emissions testing, European regulators have been working towards building ‘safer and cleaner cars’ ever since.
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