FoE seeks action on 'unscrupulous' diesel filter removal services

Garages could be banned from advertising the removal of filters that cut vehicle particulate emissions

A diesel particulate filter, seen here on a Renault-Nissan engine, is easily clogged due to its honeycomb structure. Photograph: Hatsukari715

Friends of the Earth (FoE) has written to the Advertising Standards Authority to complain about the marketing of diesel particulate filter (DPF) removal services, which it wants to see fully outlawed.

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