Purpose prevent, eliminate, aspira nt controls pollution and improve the environment and matters related thereto.
Content Regulations of the surrounding environment (control of the concentration of lead in gasoline motor) 1985 Environmental quality regulations (motor vehicle noise 1987) The rules of the motor car (and gas emission controls 1977) Order of the environment (prescribed activities) (assessment of the impact on the environment) 1987
Sound pollution Maximum noise level produced by motor vehicles two or three wheels fitted andmanufactured after Ja nuary 1, 1990, is the level of the standard B: Less than 90cc 92 dB (A) 90cc and over 95 dB (A) The maximum level that can be produced by more than three- wheel vehicle is as in thestandard C (see Act) factor sound pollution noise factors traffic congestion airplane construction work machinery and equipment from the factory
Environmental impactassesment Noise or noise Vibration air pollution delay for pedestrians accident hazards hazards of dangerous goods carrying vehicles.
explanation from the aspect ofair pollution resulting fromvehicles MOTORIZED - Are not authorized to use or cause a car to smoke the smoke density exceeds 50 units hartridge or comparable to its Ringelman smoke-chart can be used in addition to charts hartridge or ringleman examining the density of smoke emission. limit smoke maximum density of smoke clouding is acceptable for any volume of discharged vehicles by a motor vehicle at any place within or near the root cause of the emission points. the types of air pollution from exhaust -Carbon monoxide -Nitrogen-oksid -Smoke -Lead