Khodrocar - The Clean Air Act obliges automakers to provide Euro-5 quality gasoline vehicles from the beginning of 1399. The pollution standard of these vehicles had to be approved by the Environment Agency before the pre-sale stage, and if the automakers do not comply with this requirement, according to the deputy director of the National Center for Air and Climate Change, these vehicles will not be numbered. Pre-selling these products will put the organization on the agenda.
However, contrary to what the country's production vehicles were supposed to produce from the beginning of 1399 according to the Euro 5 pollution standard, the Minister of Industry sent a letter to the First Vice President in late March 2009 asking for the suspension of this requirement.
In the letter, Reza Rahmani called on Ishaq Jahangiri to postpone the requirement to comply with the Euro 5 emission standard for six months after the lifting of sanctions against the automaker, but the Ministry of Industry again called for a postponement of the requirement, stressing that the conditions were not met. The production of gasoline with the Euro 5 standard, the production of cars with this standard also does not help much to reduce pollution.
"The situation was similar when the automakers' standards were upgraded to the Euro 4 standard. Finally, due to the low capacity of producing this petrol they were able to distribute the petrol in big cities.” Saeed Madani, former manager of SAIPA told khodrocar reporter.
"In the current situation, raising the standard to Euro 5 has no effect on reducing pollution, so that if the level of pollutant particles in a car with Euro 4 standard is 1.8 grams, this amount of pollution in a car with Euro 5 standard will reach 1.2 grams and even see a decrease of one gram in one kilometer each.” He added.
"According to statistics, this level of pollution does not reach 20%, while the highest amount of pollution is allocated to old carburetor cars as well as old public transport vehicles. So when 80 percent of pollution is caused by public transport and passenger car pollution, carburetors insist on producing a Euro 5 standard car, the only challenge being to challenge the automotive industry, and not being forced to do so.” He said.
"Even the average emissions of 100 grams are about 50 times higher than the current Euro 1.4 standard emissions of 1.8 grams, while the engines are 10 times more polluting than the injector.” He continued.
"In the current situation, it is not necessary to implement the Euro 5 standard, and it is better to first remove the motorcycles and carburetors. It also compensates for the fact that there are rules on how automakers can do this.” He said.
"In some cases, carmakers are forced to buy more time due to the new costs of the move, so if the cost is to be covered, it should not be overlooked because of pricing, as carmakers have an incentive to do so. It will not be possible to do so, although it is possible as long as the costs are met.” He said.