Control Norms Drive Demand for Emission
Control Catalysts in Industries and Automobiles
on an effective warning system that will alert the driver before the vehicle runs out of AdBlue and result in a potential violation of emission
For California, the outcome of the case could determine whether it can proceed with sweeping regulations requiring new vehicles sold in the state to cut tailpipe emissions
by 30 percent by 2016.
In addition, AFS has proposed no control or emission
limits for pouring and scrap preheaters, as well as a request to exempt those from having to get a Title V permit solely because they are covered under this rule.
Retrofitting existing fleets to clean up their emissions
, especially in areas designated as non-attainment zones for air quality by the Environmental Protection Agency, is also likely to grow.
While some of these companies, which have other divisions in heavy industry, such as Mitsubishi, could use their market-acquired credits for their own voluntary emission
reductions, they could, hypothetically, also sell them for a profit to the Japanese government in the future, and if the prices of credits rise as expected, the return could be hefty.
In 2003, the agency adopted emission
standards for new Category 3 marine diesel engines installed on vessels flagged or registered in the United States from 1 January 2004 onward.
The reductions that are needed [to meet the fine particle standard and CAIR emission
caps] are so large," she explained, "no plant will be spared.
As of 2002, Japan's greenhouse gas emissions
were 12% over 1990 levels, suggesting that the nation faces a significant challenge in meeting its goal of reducing emissions
to 6% below 1990 emission
levels in the 2008 to 2012 time frame.
For Canada, that means reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
to six per cent below 1990 levels by 2012, a commitment on par with those of our major trading partners that signed and ratified the accord.
The link between greenhouse gas emissions
and economic prosperity is no different.
These states are New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, with others likely to be added soon as legislatures discover the benefits of clean emissions