Non-Road Diesel Engine Emission Regulation – proposed changesNon-Road Diesel Engine Emission Regulation – proposed changes<div class="ExternalClassB8499A07B6D442BC9B3F277299BD2D41"><p>​With many non-road diesel engines operating close to where people live, work and play, Metro Vancouver is proposing changes to its Non-Road Diesel Engine Emission Regulation Bylaw, which focuses on reducing emissions from higher-polluting Tier 0 and Tier 1 non-road diesel engines (Tier 1 standards were implemented in the early 2000s, while Tier 0 engines pre-date any emissions standards). The bylaw applies to anyone who owns, operates or hires diesel equipment 25 horsepower or greater in the Metro Vancouver region. This equipment is found primarily in heavy-duty construction.</p><p>Diesel combustion exhaust is a major source of fine particulate matter, and the particulate from diesel engines (commonly known as diesel soot) is a primary contributor to short and long-term air quality health concerns, such as aggravated asthma, as well as heart and respiratory diseases.</p><p>Under the bylaw, owners of non-road Tier 0 and Tier 1 engines must register and pay fees to operate in Metro Vancouver; fees can be reduced or partially refunded if those engines are upgraded to a cleaner standard or permanently retired from the region. The proposed amendments to the bylaw would mainly affect engines registered for “low-use”, and are expected to improve reporting of low-use operating hours and compliance, as well as create a more level playing field. </p><p>Visit our <a href="/services/air-quality/consultation/bylaw-1161-amendments/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank"> website</a> to find out more, and send any comments or questions to <a href="mailto:[email protected]" target="_blank"> [email protected]</a> before February 17, 2017. </p><p><em>Note: text in this article updated January 30, 2017</em></p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue52-nrdee.jpg2017-01-26T08:00:00ZGP0|#59156931-d501-4376-b60c-94cddcdcafc8;L0|#059156931-d501-4376-b60c-94cddcdcafc8|Issue 28;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassB9A6F2A70F354A7C9F9EC31C217F6EAE"><p>​Diesel combustion exhaust from non-road diesel engines (think of an excavator as an example), can contribute to short and long-term air quality health concerns, such as aggravated asthma, as well as heart and respiratory diseases. This bylaw focuses on reducing those emissions. </p></div>0

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