Oslo temporarily bans diesel cars to combat pollution
Oslo will ban diesel cars from the road for at least two days this week to combat rising air pollution, angering some motorists after they were urged to buy diesel cars a few years ago. According to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, air pollution causes 185 premature deaths in Oslo each year.
LifeAir CEO, Roger Sogge, comments: “The problems with diesel cars is growing all over the world. It is necessary to take actions, but unfortunately it will not be solved over night! LifeAir is happy to be able to help and make a difference in this difficult situation having the unique benefit to efficiently clean the air from the finest particles such as from diesel cars. Most particles from diesel exhaust are nano-particles, which are extremely difficult to catch and very few air purifiers can stop these little bandits!”
Read full news article from the Guardian HERE.