Successful conversion to unleaded gasoline in Thailand, by Philip Sayeg

By Philip Sayeg

The govt of Thailand inside of a five-year interval (1991-95) brought a chain of projects that ended in the removal of leaded gas and aid of ambient lead via an element of 10. This file describes the concepts the govt. hired: instructing in regards to the risks of airborne lead; surroundings a reduce at-pump expense for unleaded fuel; aiding the oil businesses identify a process to distribute unleaded gas through the kingdom; carrying out tracking and follow-up stories; and adjusting environmental laws as essential to aid those guidelines.

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20. World Bank 1994. Page 17 Chapter 3 Developing a Strategy to Phase Out Leaded Gasoline Getting Started A number of factors were responsible for the Government of Thailand's (GOT) landmark decision to introduce unleaded gasoline (ULG) in 1991. Lead in gasoline and related issues had been on GOT's agenda at various times prior to 1991. 15 grams per liter by 1992. Other organizations were also promoting the use of ULG and cleaner fuels; for example, in 1990 Shell Company (Thailand) organized a seminar to promote the use of ULG.

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16. Magistad 1991. 17. Panich 1994. 18. World Bank 1994. 19. S. Agency for International Development 1990. 20. World Bank 1994. Page 17 Chapter 3 Developing a Strategy to Phase Out Leaded Gasoline Getting Started A number of factors were responsible for the Government of Thailand's (GOT) landmark decision to introduce unleaded gasoline (ULG) in 1991. Lead in gasoline and related issues had been on GOT's agenda at various times prior to 1991. 15 grams per liter by 1992. Other organizations were also promoting the use of ULG and cleaner fuels; for example, in 1990 Shell Company (Thailand) organized a seminar to promote the use of ULG.

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