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SIAM conducts pollution checkup camps in Delhi-NCR

14/10/2017 | Author: Autoguide | 0 Comments Back To Home   < Previous News   |   Next news >

Pollution checkup camps organised by SIAM

Keeping in view the first ever FIFA tournament being held in the Capital, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) organised a two-day free pollution check-up camp for vehicles. The objective of the camp was to ensure cleaner air in Delhi and NCR region. 
 
The checkup camps were held in response to a call by Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF), Government of India, to engage all stakeholders to check pollution levels in NCR during these days.
 
The drive was organised across 134 service centres of various automobile manufacturers on October 3 and 4. The primary focus of the drive was to ensure that there is a minimal impact of vehicular pollution during these critical days. The objective was to create awareness among general public about keeping air pollution under control through regular vehicular checks and ensure a cleaner environment for everyone.
 
Indian automobile industry has always been at a forefront to safeguard the environment. With support from SIAM member companies, this initiative will encourage vehicle users to ensuring proper maintenance of their vehicles. It is a matter of national pride that India is hosting a FIFA tournament and the automobile industry took up the opportunity to create awareness towards a cleaner environment.
 
In the past also, SIAM along with its member companies had conducted free PUC check drives across the country. Every year during Diwali, the air quality gets worse due to toxic gases from fire crackers. As a pro-active measure from the automobile industry, SIAM organised the camp in the National Capital Region (NCR) so that the contribution of vehicle pollution is kept minimum during these days, when the pollution levels increase from various other sources like biomass burning, firecrackers etc. Another round of check-up camp was conducted in Delhi-NCR before Diwali on October 16 and 17. 
 

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