Articles about Clean Air Act

Is the government now taking the environment seriously?
Our lungs are feeling better just reading this. According to the Land Transportation Office's (LTO) semi-annual report for 2018, fines and penalty collection for violating Republic Act 9749-better known as the nation's Clean Air Act-is up by
Is P10,000 a good enough incentive?
Reps. Mariano Piamonte Jr. and Julieta Cortuna (Party list, A-Teacher) have filed House Bill 4932, which seeks to empower ordinary citizens in arresting the drivers and/or operators of smoke-belching vehicles in exchange for a reward."With too many laws
To the tune of $100 million
For $100 million, Hyundai and Kia have agreed to settle with the United States' Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) its violations of the latter's Clean Air Act "based on their sale of close to 1.2 million vehicles that will emit approximately
Specifically the 'ghost-testing' of vehicles
Despite cars requiring a smoke emissions test prior to the renewal of their registration, smoke-belching vehicles still roam our public roads unchecked. Maybe this is why Senator Bam Aquino is calling for a probe on emission-testing centers that are engaged
Cleaner air is just a text message away<br />
You no longer have to feel hopeless and violated whenever a smoke-belching vehicle crosses your path. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has opened its hotline for concerned citizens who want to report smoke belchers.Photos of smoke-belching vehicles taken
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