What are BSI,BSII,BSIII,BSIV and BSVI emission norms in India?
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It stands for Bharat Stage Emission Standards. A set of emission standards directed by the Government of India to control the emission of air pollutants from vehicles. parkplusio
What is BSEs?
BS-I, India's first set of emissions standards, introduced in 2000. An attempt to control vehicle emissions, with the goal of lowering emissions of hydrocarbons & CO. parkplusio
BSI emission norm
In 2001, India introduced BS-II to enhance vehicle emission control which targeted reduced CO, HC emissions, and imposed NOx limits for a cleaner environment. parkplusio
bSII Emission norm
In 2005, BS-III raised emission standards, strengthening limits for CO, HC, and NOx, a necessity step towards better air quality and human health. parkplusio
bSIII Emission norm
The 2010 introduction of BS-IV attempted to further reduce CO, HC, and NOx emissions in addition to lowering particulate matter (PM) and sulphur content in diesel fuels. parkplusio
bsiv emission norm
In April 2020, BS-VI, with strict emission limits, particularly for PM and NOx, was implemented, alongside low-sulphur fuel to minimize environmental impact. parkplusio
BSVI EMission norm
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The transition from BS-I to BS-VI reflects India's strong commitment to combating air pollution which required advanced vehicle emission norms and cleaner fuels to protect the environment. parkplusio