Articles about European Emission Standards

When might this happen in PH?
Effective November 1, 2014, the electronic stability program is mandatory for all newly registered passenger cars and light commercial vehicles of up to 3.5 tons in the European Union. For all other vehicles, the regulation will take effect a year later.
Following Unioil\'s lead
Seaoil, the Philippines\' largest independent petroleum company, is now carrying Euro 4 and Euro 5 fuels, making it one of the few local oil companies that have adapted to the emission standard that is scheduled to be implemented by the country in
Euro 4-standard diesel at Euro 2 price
Last April, Unioil announced that it will soon make its entire fuel products comply with Euro 4 regulation. Well, that time has come as the independent petroleum company has officially launched its Euro Diesel IV brand of fuel, making it available at
Beating the Big 3 in completely meeting the standard
Euro 4-grade petroleum products will soon be coming to the Philippine market courtesy of Unioil, one of the country's largest independent oil players.Although Unioil is currently selling Euro 4-grade diesel in the market, the petroleum company will soon
Not too long, apparently
Since January 2008, all new motor vehicles introduced in the Philippines have been required to meet the Euro 2 emission limits. This means that the carbon monoxide emission level should be no more than 2.2 grams per kilometer for gasoline-powered
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