There are very few ways to capture the fine particle emissions generated by braking. TAMIC® is a pioneer on the market and can be fitted to trains as well as light and heavy goods vehicles. It’s a low-cost device that can protect the health of people exposed to air pollution.
France has been struggling to meet the legal thresholds for nitrogen oxide and fine particle pollution in ten or so French cities since 2010. Its government has even been issued with sanctions from the Court of Justice of the European Union and the French Council of State. Here’s why.
The European anti-pollution rules for vehicles slated to come into force by 2035, aka “Euro 7/VII”, aims to clamp down harder than ever on vehicles with internal combustion engines. It’s also the first standard to go head to head on the issue of fine friction particles.