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      Beijing Will Adopt National IV Discharge... 2010-4-21

    Beijing's municipal government is mulling a plan to limit vehicle exhaust, dust from construction sites and industrial emissions to guarantee fresh air for the 2008 Olympic Games, an official said yesterday.

    Du Shaozhong, spokesman for the Beijing municipal environmental protection bureau, said a team of experts is drafting the plan. "It will take effect after the State Council approves it" .

    To support the plan, the city will very likely adopt grade IV national discharge standards for newly registered vehicles starting next year. Those standards are similar to the EU's Euro 4 standard, which limits carbon monoxide and particulate matter discharges.

    If the standards take effect, it would be two years ahead of the national timeline laid out in the 11th Five-Year Plan (2006-10).

    In the public transport sector, the capital is to replace and renovate outdated buses with new ones that meet the grade III national standard by the end of the year.

    Home to some 19,000 buses, Beijing would like to eventually have the world's cleanest fleet, in part by putting about 4,000 natural gas-powered buses into circulation.

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