Justify Pollution Under Control (Pluc) Certificate is Mandatory for All Vehicles and Industries - Biology


Justify Pollution Under Control (PlUC) certificate is mandatory for all vehicles and industries



PUC (Pollution Under Control) is a certification mark issued to certify that motor vehicles in India meet emission and pollution control norms.

The PUC certificate is issued after completion of the following practical measures which can control air pollution:

  • Air quality standards are established.
  • Adequate legislation is mandatory for control of pollutants.
  • Devices such as the positive crankcase ventilation valve and catalytic converter should be fully checked to reduce exhaust emissions.
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