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The quality of fuels for export outside Europe must be increased

Netherlands Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) introduces a policy rule with quality requirements, fot the ...

News item | 15-08-2022 | 16:03

Petrol composition harms people and the environment in Africa

Fuels produced in the Netherlands for the African market contain high levels of benzene, sulphur, and manganese. These substances ...

News item | 24-06-2021 | 09:00

New COVID-19 rules for international passenger transport from (very) high-risk areas

As of June 1, the amendment of section 58P of the Public Health Act will enter into force. The Human Environment and Transport ...

News item | 04-06-2021 | 10:05

ILT presents new bunker tank sulphur check method

Pressrelease of The Netherlands Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) concerning sulpher in fuel of seagoing ships

News item | 10-12-2020 | 11:28

Dutch satellite to monitor emissions from sea-going vessels

Is it possible to measure whether an individual ship is emitting too many pollutants into the atmosphere? That is a question the ...

News item | 03-11-2020 | 14:32

ILT: Older vehicles no longer welcome in West Africa

From January 2021, over 80% of the used vehicles currently exported from the Netherlands to Africa will no longer be allowed into ...

News item | 26-10-2020 | 11:43

Using satellites to measure emissions of sulfur and nitrogen dioxide from sea-going ships

Netherlands/Dutch supervision on sulfer emissions/pollution from sea-going vessels on the North and Baltic seas.

News item | 15-01-2020 | 15:34

Fuel sector not complying with environmental rules: increased ILT inspections

Producers of blend stocks and traders who blend gasoline and diesel for West Africa or heavy fuel oil for sea-going vessels do ...

News item | 29-06-2018 | 13:39