A woman covers up her nose at a crossing in Causeway Bay. Diesel goods vehicles and buses are the main contributor to roadside pollution in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Do Hong Kong people know the public health costs of letting dirty diesel vehicles stay longer on the roads?

  • The government’s decision to extend by six months the payment scheme to phase out pre-Euro IV vehicles is meant to provide economic relief. But what about the air pollution and health costs borne by Hongkongers who have to live with dirty diesel for longer?
Topic |   Hong Kong air pollution
A woman covers up her nose at a crossing in Causeway Bay. Diesel goods vehicles and buses are the main contributor to roadside pollution in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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