- Cow dungs accessible at Bhains colony to energy buses in Karachi, says local weather change minister Zartaj Gul
- Gul says that Punjab cracked down on Iranian smuggled oil to beat an annual lack of Rs250 billion
- Local weather change minister says 1,100 petrol pumps had been shut down in Balochistan
Minister for Local weather Change Zartaj Gul mentioned Monday that the federal government is planning to generate power from cow dung accessible at Bhains colony to energy buses in Karachi.
The minister, briefing the Senate on authorities initiatives, mentioned that the of diesel and petrol being imported in Pakistan was Euro 5 high quality — and the quantity of sulfur in Euro 5 was 5%.
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Gul mentioned that Punjab had tightened fines to scale back automobile air pollution and cracked down on Iranian smuggled oil to beat an annual lack of Rs250 billion.
The local weather change minister mentioned that 1,100 petrol pumps had been shut down after the operation on Balochistan’s border, and at current, as many as 1,800 petrol pumps are working illegally throughout the nation.
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Furthermore, the state minister mentioned that iron factories in Islamabad had been being monitored for industrial air pollution.