Partnership implemented in
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Viet Nam

Additional information
Mandatory Disclosure of Automotive Emissions


Government of Indonesia - Ministry of Environment
Government of Brunei Darussalam - Brunei
Government of Cambodia
Government of Indonesia
Government of Lao People's Democratic Republic - Laos
Government of Malaysia
Government of Myanmar
Government of Philippines
Government of Singapore
Government of Thailand
Government of Viet Nam - Vietnam

Major Groups:
GAIKIND (Indonesian Automotive Industry Assoc) (Indonesia)
IATO (Indonesian Automotive Technical Association) (Indonesia)
MEB (Clean Emission Partnership) (Indonesia)
Organda (Indonesian Land Transport Organization) (Indonesia)
Clean air organizations in ASEAN countries ()
Motor Vehicle Associations within ASEAN regions ()
Motorcycle Associations within ASEAN regions ()
NGOs concerned with vehicle emissions reduction ()
Public Transport Associations within ASEAN regions ()

Other intergovernmental organizations:
ASEAN (Indonesia)
APEC Automotiven Dialogue ()
ASEAN Automotive Federation ()

Partnership Overview | Objectives

Develop a uniformed mandatory disclosure scheme on emissions of motor vehicles to inform the public on compliance with motor vehicle emissions standards within respective ASEAN countries.

In order to reduce air pollution caused by automotive emission, the MOE of Republic Indonesia has several experiences with performance program (proper) for in used vehicles. The GOI has also started for the "ecolabel" which has focused on green production, which then we will initiate and try to integrate it into this program. We want to know from other partnerships initiative experiences such as experiences in controlling vehicles emissions, fuel consumption labeling scheme, efforts and measures in promoting green vehicles.

In 2003, the new emissions standards for type approval will be launched including certifying mechanism. Besides that various countermeasures such as cleaners fuels, alternative fuel, Inspection and Maintenance, transportation modes has been implemented with various successes.

On the other-hand, we have to develop emission testing facilities and mechanism of exchange data and information within related institutions in disclosing automotive emission within ASEAN as well as public awareness through public campaign and multi media coverage.

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