NESREA to implement national vehicular emission scheme

Source: guardian.ng

You know when you sit in traffic and wonder if the air pollution might be what kills you before you reach your destination? it appears the National Environmental Standards and Regulation Enforcement Agency (NESREA) Director-General- Dr Lawrence Anukam- shares your concerns

A recent report in the guardian stated that The NESREA, along with The Nigerian Police and a few other national agencies have teamed up to implement the ‘National Vehicular Emission Control Programme’, which is aimed at reducing air pollution and monitoring carbon emissions in Nigeria

While at a meeting with stakeholders, Dr Lawrence Anukam started that the goal of the initiative is to ‘provide good quality air for citizens’. He also stated that the first pilot phase, which has ‘taken them months of careful planning’, will commence in Abuja- the Federal Capital- before the nationwide launch.


Check out the article on the guardian for more info

Tomiwa Isiaka
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