Gas stations ordered to install vapor filters

June 28, 2010 14:13

Environmental Protection Minister Gilad Erdan on Sunday ordered all gas stations to install vapor filters within the next five years. Gas stations within 80 meters of residential areas or other sensitive sites must install such systems within three years.

Gasoline vapors pollute the air and can cause serious illness in people. Gas stations are already required to have vapor treatment systems installed on their gas containers. The new regulations apply to vapors from motorists filling up. Gas stations must file a plan with a precise schedule of installation by July 1.

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