NOx emissions from stationary sources have decreased in many areas, while the

emissions from vehicles have increased due to the fact that growth in number of

vehicles and in the distance travelled have been much larger than the decrease in

emission factors (WHO, 1995C). Catalytic cleaning of car exhausts is a major

improvement. It is, however, limited to new vehicles, and due to the relatively long

life time of vehicles, it will take some time until "full effect" is achieved. Traffic

sourced NOx emissions are predicted to decrease from 1995 onwards under the

influence of new vehicle technology (EC Air Quality Report of the Auto Oil

Programme, DG XI 1996) and it is assumed that, within many Member States, NOx

emissions from stationary combustion sources are also decreasing and by 1998 will be

reduced by 40% compared to 1980 emissions as a consequence of the Large

Combustion Plants Directive 88/609. This decrease will be achieved by a number of

measures including the introduction of low NOx combustion technology, flue gas

cleaning, fuel switching and nuclear energy.

 

 

 

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