Tackle Pollution with Euro VI and BS VI Emission Grade Fuel For Vehicles

BS-VI was new standards of fuel standard regulated by the Bureau of Indian Standards(BIS), announced it has revised the standards on petrol and diesel as per Bharat Stage BS-VI and Euro VI standards of fuel emission regulated to define the acceptable limit of emission on new vehicles sold in Europe and its member countries. Highly regulated standards for fuel emission and control the pollution with it .

What is Euro-VI?

Euro 6 is the sixth incarnation of the European Union directive to reduce harmful pollutants from vehicle exhausts. The Euro 6 standard was introduced in September 2015, and all mass-produced cars sold from this date need to meet these emissions requirements. The aim of Euro 6 is to reduce levels of harmful car and van exhaust emissions, both in petrol and diesel cars.

This includes nitrogen oxide (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (THC and NMHC), and particulate matter (PM), which is basically soot from diesel cars. The knock-on effect of reducing these pollutants can also mean improved fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions.

Diesel Petrol Vehicles Contribute most to environmental pollution major problems to daily life. Too much air pollution generate due to the mass use of diesel petrol fuel burning in the vehicles and the industries. Better work we need better fuel to curb the fight to pollution Euro-VI is the highest quality standards for fuel that contribute to the environment with less fuel emission by 80%. All governments around the world are going innovative to find the solution to tackle environmental problems.

We only need to regulate and produce the fuel according to the latest Euro-VI Emission Standards that will help to reduce vehicle pollution to the lowest. Many car makers are working to produce vehicles under Euro-VI standards. This has seen a shift in car manufacturing philosophies, as makers try to balance performance with emissions and a subsequent benefit in the economy, while some makers have tried to tailor their cars to suit the test without any real-world emissions benefits.

BIS has revised the Indian Standards on Petrol (IS 2796) and Diesel (IS 1460) as per BS-VI fuel norms. So far, these standards covered fuel requirements based on emission norms up to BS IV,” BIS said in a statement.

BS norms introduced in 2000 are emission control standards introduced by the government, based on European emission standards, to keep a check and control over the release of air pollutants from equipment using internal combustion engines including vehicles.

Implementation Of Euro-VI Fuel to Delhi from April

In India Currently BS-IV Standard level used to running vehicles causes high pollution. To Tackle pollution government wants to implement BS-VI or Euro-VI in 2020 but due to high pollution and dirty smog cause Delhi first experienced the new standards fuel from this year, it helps fight the alarming level of air pollution. Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) said it will start the production of BS-VI standard fuel (equivalent to EURO-VI). Its fast implementation of fuel which was going roll out in 2020 now done at New Delhi in 2018 .

Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) fuel will now be available with effect from 1 April 2018 in Delhi, the petroleum ministry said and added that it is examining the possibility of introducing BS-VI fuel across the national capital region by 1 April 2019.

Not only has the petroleum ministry committed to state-of-the-art technology, but it is also making a political statement on tackling pollution—especially given that the Delhi government has come up short on solutions to tackle the problem.