Ricardo’s Comprehensive Global Emissions Standards Database

Around the world, emissions legislation is evolving rapidly. Use the Ricardo Knowledge tool EMLEG, to stay up-to-date and save valuable time for research into current and predicted emissions situations. The database spans across particular regions and market sectors in relation to passenger cars, commercial vehicles, heavy duty vehicles, non-road engines and motorcycles.

What is EMLEG?

EMLEG is an online subscription database that provides a way to quickly and conveniently understand emissions standards by country and market sector.

The Ricardo EMLEG service provides online summaries of emissions regulations for the EU, US, China, India and over 50 other countries.

How can EMLEG help me?

Official documents from legislative bodies can require specialist skills to interpret.
Ricardo does the hard work for you and our emissions legislation specialist updates EMLEG throughout the year.

Your EMLEG subscription gives you access to:

  • CO2 emissions regulations
  • Tables of limit values
  • Explanations of test procedures
  • Details of test requirements and certificates (e.g. requirements for real driving emissions (RDE))
  • Links to original source documents
  • Regular email alerts + downloadable material

For a demo of EMLEG with an emissions legislation specialist, contact us today.

Jon Andersson

"The Ricardo EMLEG database is a highly convenient and accessible resource that I regularly use to keep me appraised of changes to global emissions legislation. The fact that the database is constantly being updated with detail and insightful comments by the EMLEG specialist, Dr Giuliana Trippa, gives me confidence that I will always see the latest, most relevant, information."

- Jon Andersson, Global Technical Expert, Emissions Measurements & Standards, Ricardo
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EMLEG: A global emissions standards and regulations database

EMLEG: A global emissions standards and regulations database

Sign up now, for emissions legislation at your fingertips. Stay up to date on global emissions standards in over 50 countries.