Diesel engines pumping out pollutants up to a staggering 70 times higher than accepted levels

Diesel engines pumping out pollutants up to a staggering 70 times higher than accepted levels

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A new research has revealed that diesel cars are spitting out another little-known pollutant at dangerous levels. This hidden by-product contributes to both ozone and particulate matter. These are known to be some of the worst air pollutants due to the damage they do to both the atmosphere and human health.

WHAT IS POSITIVE…

There is far greater research today than it was ever, to analyse continuous damage being inflicted on ozone.

WHAT IS NOT SO POSITIVE…

A lot of unburned material from diesel that we haven’t seen before is being pumped out, which is up to a staggering 70 times higher than the levels expected by the government. These unburnt materials are actually long-chain hydrocarbons.

ASSOCIATED IMPACT…

Long-chain hydrocarbons contribute up to 50% of the ozone production potential in certain cities during winter, and while this drops to around 25% in summer, that might have a bigger impact on ozone and particle formation than petrol cars do.

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