The Clean Air Law And Its Impact on The Management of Car Fleets
Auto, Vol. 281
Tzvi Levinson and Gil Dror, Advocates
In July 2008 the Israeli new Clean Air Law was published. It is not another amendment of an existing law – it is a new law, an innovative and modern law to constitute the framework for administration and control over all emission sources that influence air quality. The law becomes gradually effective since November 2008.
Obviously, the law focuses on the pollutants being emitted from stacks of industrial plants but it does not take much effort to understand that this law is also going to have a strong impact on car fleets of major companies.
This article draws a sketch of the main principles of the Clean Air Law pointing at its novelty and progressiveness. It then enters into details regarding the implementation concerning vehicles.