The federal government on Sunday mentioned it has issued a draft notification for separate emission norms for agricultural equipment and development gear autos.
The notification additionally supplies for altering the nomenclature of emission norms from Bharat Stage to TREM Stage to keep away from any confusion.
“The Ministry of Street Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has acquired recommendations and recommendations from the general public and all stakeholders on a draft notification proposing to amend the CMVR (Central Motor Automobiles Guidelines) 1989 to separate the emission norms for agricultural equipment (agricultural tractors). , energy tillers and mixed harvesters) and development gear autos,” MoRTH mentioned in an announcement.
The notification goals to alter the nomenclature of emission norms for agricultural tractors and different gear and CEV Stage IV from Bharat Stage (CEV/TREM) IV and Bharat Stage (CEV/TREM) V to TREM Stage-IV and TREM Stage-V. CEV Stage-V for development gear autos.
This has been achieved to keep away from any confusion between the emission norms of different motor autos which have BS norms, the assertion mentioned.
“Moreover, contemplating the request of the Ministry of Agriculture, tractor producers and agricultural associations, it’s proposed to offer some extra time for implementation of the following part of emission norms for tractors (TREM Stage-IV) with impact from 1st October, 2020. It has been proposed to be deferred until October 1, 2021,” the assertion mentioned.
Additional, the applicability of the following part of emission norms for CEVs is proposed to be carried out from April 1, 2021, with a moratorium of six months.
The ministry mentioned that recommendations or feedback on this regard could also be despatched to the Joint Secretary (MVL), Ministry of Street Transport and Highways, Parivahan Bhawan, New Delhi, inside 30 days from the date of notification.
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