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Why Decrease Emissions

Car engines produce emissions which contain unburnt hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, ozone and oxides of nitrogen. These emissions are affect air quality and contribute to global warming. The negative impacts of global warming include melting polar icecaps, increasing sea levels, a higher frequency of storm events, drought, crop loss and an increase in disease, all of which will impact humans’ existence.

Car exhaust emissions also affect air quality, especially in areas with a high population density. Despite what you believe about global warming, it’s safe to say that pollution from vehicle exhausts is not beneficial to anyone.

As drivers of vehicles, there are also some steps we can take so that our driving doesn’t create excessive emissions. These usually have the added bonus of reducing petrol consumption and saving you money, so it's a win-win!

Browse through the Green Stamp Plus website to see how you can reduce your vehicle emissions, including ways to reduce your petrol consumption, and buying a new, environmentally-positive car. For more information or to get your questions answered, contact MTA NSW today.


The Australian Heavy Vehicle Repairers Association (AHVRA) represents the heavy vehicle accident repair industry at a national level.



Created by MTA NSW, the Employment Relations Information System (ERIS) is a web based interactive employment relations system.



Motor Trades Cares (MTC) provides access to free industry WHS and worker’s insurance information and topical publications, webinars, management system resources, including policies, procedures and supporting checklist and forms.



MTA NSW is an employers Association and registered training organisation, dedicated to representing business owners and business principals in the NSW automotive industry.


MTA Training

MTA Training delivers innovative and flexible, industry focused training and prides itself on producing quality outcomes.



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