China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy
China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy

China targets heavy polluting diesel trucks with new guidelines on reducing emissions

  • Environment ministry promises to improve quality of diesel, crack down on low-grade fuel, and reduce overall nitrogen oxide and particulate matter emissions

Topic |   China pollution
China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy
China says it aims to “significantly increase” the number of diesel trucks capable of meeting emission standards, to at least 90 per cent by next year. Photo: Alamy
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