Guidance Document on Emission Control Techniques for Mobile Sources

At its thirty-fifth session (Geneva, 2–4 May 2016), the Executive Body adopted the Guidance Document on Emission Control Techniques for Mobile Sources, as contained in the present document. It replaces the 1999 guidance document on control techniques for selected mobiles sources (see EB.AIR/1999/2). The document aims to provide Parties with guidance in identifying the best abatement options for mobile emission sources, with particular reference to best available techniques, so as to assist them in meeting the obligations of the 1999 Protocol to Abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-level Ozone.

Guidance document available in English, French and Russian.

The guidance document was developed by Emisia and IIASA on European Commission funds.

http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/env/documents/2016/AIR/Publications/ECE_EB.AIR_138_En.pdf 

“Support for updating the RAINS Model concerning road transport”, Ricardo for EGTEI, 2003

The following documents were developed by the technical secretariat in 2003-2005. They are available for information only.

Off-road Background documents Synopsis sheet
Two wheels vehicles (2005) PDF PDF
Off-road Background documents Synopsis sheet
Land based diesel engines - 18 to 560 kW (2005) PDF PDF
Large spark ignition diesel engines > 19 kW (2005) PDF PDF
Handled spark ignition engines - 4 stroke - < 19 kW (2005) PDF PDF
Handled spark ignition engines - 2 stroke - < 19 kW (2005) PDF PDF
Non-handled spark ignition engines - 4 stroke - < 19 kW (2005) PDF PDF
Inland waterways except recreational maritime engines (2005) PDF PDF
Recreational craft (2-stroke, 4-stroke and compression and ignition engines) (2005) PDF PDF
Maritime activities : ships (2005) PDF