The New Zealand government is proposing stringent vehicle exhaust emissions standards it says are needed to improve air quality and public health. The tougher standards will apply to vehicles when they are first registered for use on New Zealand roads, Associate Transport Minister Judith Tizard and Transport Safety Minister Harry Duynhoven say in a joint statement. “Poor air quality resulting from harmful vehicle emissions can seriously affect people's health,” the ministers say. ...
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