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News New Emissions Tests Show Almost All New Diesels Still Dirty

23:21  12 june  2018
23:21  12 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Other new research shows diesel vehicles cause 88% of the £6bn annual damage to people’s Emissions tests that are impossible for carmakers to cheat show that almost all diesel car models tens of millions of dirty diesels that are still on the roads producing the toxic smog we daily breathe.

New Emissions Tests Show Almost All New Diesels Still Dirty . Current analysis reveals that almost each new diesel automobile mannequin produced in Europe because the “Dieselgate” scandal of 2015 remains to be thought-about too pollutive, based on The Guardian.

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Recent research shows that nearly every new diesel car model produced in Europe since the “Dieselgate” scandal of 2015 is still considered too pollutive, according to The Guardian.

Emission tests that emit a beam of light to analyze the exhaust plume, the shape that exhaust fumes form when emitted from an exhaust pipe of vehicles, were used 370,000 times in the United Kingdom, France, and other countries. The findings were then compiled into a new rating system called The Real Urban Emissions (TRUE) Initiative and were made public earlier this week.

During “Dieselgate,” it was discovered that Volkswagen cheated emissions tests with trick equipment. However, since then, almost all other car manufacturers have been producing diesels that emitted far more in real-world driving conditions than in official lab-based tests, according to the aforementioned report.

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Emissions tests that are impossible for carmakers to cheat show that almost all diesel car models launched in Europe since the “dieselgate” scandal remain highly polluting. Broccoli coffee: scientists create new way to eat more greens.

Emissions tests that are impossible for carmakers to cheat show that almost all diesel car models The True analysis shows that new diesel models released in 2016 were still on average five over tens of millions of dirty diesels that are still on the roads producing the toxic smog we daily breathe.

TRUE results show that new diesel models of various makes released in 2016 were still on average five or more times over the European Union’s official limit of 0.08mg of nitrogen oxides per kilometer. 2017 models were nearly four times over.

It is estimated that Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) pollution contributes to 23,500 early deaths each year in the U.K alone.

Beam tests are still taking place and will be able to detect highly polluting models in the future.

“I see this remote sensing mostly as a screening tool, to see which vehicle models behave suspiciously,” said Peter Mock, at the International Council on Clean Transportation which, along with the FIA Foundation and other groups, produced the TRUE rating system.

But Nick Molden, chief executive of Emissions Analytics, warned that the TRUE rating system, which averages the same models across several years, will not show when the latest model has radically cut its pollution.

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Mazda, Suzuki Admit to Cheating on Emissions and Fuel Economy Testing .
Nikkei goes on to name motorcycle maker Yamaha as another suspected cheater.The Japanese publication said the cheating was found "on samples of manufactured vehicles selected during the quality assurance process." While Wednesday's report is light on specifics, Nikkei said the country's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport will release full details about the latest scandal on Thursday.

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