To help improve air quality across UK diesel vans and mini busses will need to meet new tighter emission standards called the Clean Air Zone Standards or Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) standards in several UK countries.
In 2019, Transport for London will introduce a 24/7 Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to improve the problem of urban air quality in the capital. In addition to this Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby, Southampton and Leeds will be introducing Clean Air Zones (CAZ’s). 28 more cities and towns have also been identified requiring additional measures and Glasgow will become Scotland’s first Low Emission Zone at the end of 2018.
Vehicle owners may be required to pay a charge to enter, or move within, a zone if they are driving a vehicle that does not meet the particular standard.
Upgrading older vehicles to the level of Euro 6/VI according CVRAS (Clean Vehicle Accreditation Scheme) will prevent from bans or fees.
Our products are based on over 25 year’s experience in diesel emission technology and will meet all CVRAS (Clean vehicle Retrofit Accredetation Scheme) requirements provided the energy saving trust.