EASVOLEE – Effects on Air quality of Semi-VOLatile Engine Emissions


The primary objectives of EASVOLEE are to:

  • Quantify the contributions of secondary PM formation from transport engines to air quality problems in Europe.

  • Develop and identify health-related metrics, mitigation strategies, and policies to improve air quality limiting the concentrations of aerosol (organic, inorganic, nanoparticles, primary and secondary) due to vehicle exhaust.

Schematic view of the two core EASVOLEE objectives
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