CESAR Emissions Compliance Verification

This contractor is specifying sub-contractors use CESAR Emission Compliance Verification tags to help check and verify that plant and equipment and non-road mobile machinery is compliant with air quality emissions standards.

This is a an invaluable ‘bolt-on’ product to the existing CESAR Security System that is widely used in industry.

Emissions Compliance Verification (ECV) is a clear and concise system to make it easier to identify the emissions stage of a machine. The tamper evident colour coded labels provide a quick reference point, supported by a database of detailed machine information, to allow site managers to ensure they are meeting strict new emission standards on their sites.

By combining the scheme with CESAR marking, it is possible to review a complete log of the machine’s key information.

Currently there are four different labels to identify the emissions stage of the machine and provide the reference point to quickly identify which stage the machine is certified as. These include electric, stage 5, stage 4 and stage 3B. As machine technology changes more options are expected to be added to include new stages and classifications as they become available in the marketplace.

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