Incinerators are banned - no more burning


Experienced Chatterer
Aug 4, 2020
I was not aware that incinerators are banned because of the Clean Air Act which prohibits burning of any kind including dried leaves and grass. Now it makes me think that pollution is primarily caused by the smoke emitted by vehicles and not really by the incinerators. I may be wrong but that's what I see. Maybe if we are sincere in the Clean Air Act then we should also consider the banning of old vehicles on the road.

Nocturnal Thinker

Experienced Chatterer
Sep 15, 2020
Controlling air pollution is a long overdue problem all over the world but I think they have an air pollutants device to dissipate the smoke pollution the factory may create.

Your suggestion to ban smoke emitting vehicles on the road is debatable and inconsiderable to the ordinary public transport drivers. I think it's allowed for such business transport as long as the emission of smoke of their cars is within limit of smoke belching standard.

If it's absolutely banned later, electric cars and vehicles would dominating the streets. Electric operated transportation would become another lucrative business of car makers. In fact, we have several units already in our small city. They are already plying its route but not for the public but by government offices.