Session 69 | Geneva | 5-6 Jun 2014
14. Vehicles Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ)
GRPE-69-03 | Pollution of motor transport highways by particles from tire and road surface wear has a disastrous influence to human health During motor transport operation, elevated concentrations of solid particles are formed in the air over the roadway as a result of particulate matter emissions from vehicle exhaust gases, tire and road surface wear particles, background air pollution and other processes. The content of tire and road surface wear particulates in the air over the roadway, as it has been specified in the previously submitted materials of the Russian delegation, amounts up to 60% from the total percentage of solid particles (WP-29-160-39). This paper presents further research into this subject.
GRPE-69-28 | Proposal for Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ)
GRPE-66-03 | Proposal to establish a global technical regulation on vehicle interior air quality Materials and adhesives used in the construction of vehicle interiors can emit volatile organic compounds(VOCs), aldehydes, or other substances that are harmful to human body. Korea, Japan, and China have legislation related to this subject and ISO 12219-1:2012 concerns the measurement of volatile organic compounds in cabin interiors. Many vehicle manufacturers have also addressed this issue. Therefore, Korea proposes that WP.29 undertake an effort to establish worldwide uniform standards to ensure healthy vehicle interior air quality (VIAQ).
WP.29-160-38 | Proposal for a New GTR on Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ) Presentation of Korea's proposal to develop global procedures for the regulation of emissions of harmful chemical compounds within vehicle interiors.
WP.29-161-12 | Proposal for development of a new UN GTR on Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ) Proposal to develop a new global technical regulation concerning the protection of occupants from harmful substances,such as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) or aldehydes, emitted by interior materials used in the construction of vehicles.
WP.29-162-16 | Implementation of vehicle indoor air quality requirements Presentation on Korean steps to address concerns over emissions of volatile organic compounds including formaldehyde, toluene, ethylbenzene, styrene, benzene, and xylene emanating from materials used in vehicle interior components such as dashboards, carpeting, and seats.
Proposal for Vehicle Indoor Air Quality (VIAQ) (KATRI)
06 Jun 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Mutual Resolution No. 3: Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ) MR 3: VIAQ GRPE-69-0028