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Air Quality Management: BS4 vehicles will not be able to run in Delhi-NCR from October, will be fully implemented

BS4 Vehicle Ban in India : If you are driving a diesel car in Delhi-NCR, and it also has a BS-4 diesel engine. Then this news will prove to be useful for you. Let us tell you that now you will not be able to drive such vehicles in Delhi-NCR.

Air Quality Index will cross 450
Such vehicles will be completely banned in Delhi-NCR from October 1, 2022. Explain that according to the new policy of the Air Quality Management Commission, a ban has been imposed on diesel cars with BS4 engine. However, this ban will be applicable in NCR till the air pollution level crosses 450 Air Quality Index during the festival season.

Air pollution will increase in the festival season
In the Delhi-NCR region around the festival season, the air quality deteriorates due to Diwali fireworks and stubble burning in Haryana and Punjab. Let us inform you that under the new policy, 4 wheelers with BS-4 engine can be banned. However, vehicles of essential services will be exempted.

The plug will be applicable on stage 3 pollution
In Delhi-NCR, state governments can ban BS3 petrol and BS4 light vehicles. This restriction will be implemented when air pollution reaches the third stage. Classified under the Graded Response Action Plan prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, stage 3 of air pollution is considered severe when the AQI is between 401 and 450.

what is bs standard

    • BS standards are based on European norms. These standards vary in many countries. For example, in America they are in the form of Tier-1, Tier-2, then in Europe they are used as Euro standard.
    • The first emission regulations were introduced in India in 1991 and then these rules were applicable only to vehicles running on petrol engines.
    • BS i.e. Bharat Stage Vehicle Emission Standards was started by the Central Government in the year 2000. After this, around 2005 and 2006, BS-2 and BS-3 standards were introduced, but BS-3 Compliance with the standards could be started in the year 2010.
    • of vehicular emissions BS The number 2, 3 or 4 next to the standard and now means increasing by 6. That is, the bigger the number in front of BS, the less will be the pollution caused by that vehicle.
    • With the introduction of BS-6 fuel, India has also joined the list of Asia-Pacific countries such as Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines and China, but only heavy vehicles in China are BS6. -6 Fuel is used.
    • The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in the country is the nodal agency to monitor and issue these standards.

Benefit from BS-6 Standard

    • According to experts, the hazardous substances polluting in BS-6 diesel are 70 to 75% less as compared to BS-4.
    • With the implementation of BS-6 standard, there will be a significant reduction in pollution, especially from diesel vehicles, there will be a huge reduction in pollution.
    • BS-6 level diesel will be much better in terms of nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and particulate matter.
    • The maximum level of PM2.5 in the air should be 60 mgcm. In BS-6 this quantity is 20 to 40 mgcm, whereas in BS-4 it is up to 120 mgcm.

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