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Smoke Belcher Alert #10

Smoke Belcher Alert #10

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Jeepney
License Plate: PYM-599
Location: Kalayaan Ave. Makati near the intersection of Makati Ave.
Date 10-8-15

Smoke Belcher: PYM-599
Smoke Belcher Alert #9

Smoke Belcher Alert #9

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Converted L300
License Plate: UWC-407
Location: J.P. Rizal Makati
Date 9-29-15

Smoke Belcher: UWC-407
Smoke Belcher Alert #8

Smoke Belcher Alert #8

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Motorcycle
License Plate: ???
Location: Rockwell Flyover
Date 9-29-15

Smoke Belcher
Smoke Belcher Alert #7

Smoke Belcher Alert #7

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Mitsubishi Pajero
License Plate: UBF-772
Location: Kalayaan Ave. right before Makati Cemetery
Date 9-22-15

Smoke Belcher: UBF-772
Smoke Belcher Alert #6

Smoke Belcher Alert #6

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Hyundai Accent
License Plate: UVG-567
Location: Kalayaan Ave. right after the turn from Rockwell Drive
Date 9-18-15

Smoke Belcher: UVG-567
Smoke Belcher Alert #5

Smoke Belcher Alert #5

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Light Truck
License Plate: RLV-772
Location: Buendia, near the EDSA Buendia Flyover
Date 9-5-15

Smoke Belcher: RLV-772
Smoke Belcher: RLV-772
Smoke Belcher Alert #4

Smoke Belcher Alert #4

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Light Truck
License Plate: ZKV-977
Location: J.P. Rizal Extension, in front of Puregold Makati
Date 9-7-15

Smoke Belcher: ZKV-977
Smoke Belcher: ZKV-977
Smoke Belcher Alert #3

Smoke Belcher Alert #3

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Toyota Lucida
License Plate: RDS-704
Location: Manila end of Osmena Highway, heading towards South Super Highway
Date 7-19-15

Smoke Belcher: RDS-704
Smoke Belcher: RDS-704
Smoke Belcher Alert #2

Smoke Belcher Alert #2

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Jeep
License Plate: N??-729
Location: Buendia (Manila bound) right after the intersection of Buendia and Osmena Highway
Date 7-11-15

Smoke Belcher: N??-729
Smoke Belcher: N??-729
Smoke Belcher Alert #1

Smoke Belcher Alert #1

Air quality in Manila is poor and most of the pollution comes from vehicles.

We have laws in place that require all vehicles to undergo emissions testing before the vehicles’ yearly registration is released. As usual in the Philippines the law is admirable but its execution is twisted to make another racket for all the parties concerned.

The end result is that there are heaps of smoke belching vehicles on the road.

This is my continuing diary of spotting those vehicles. My corner of the internet is a quiet one. In all likelihood the owners of these vehicles will never know that there is video evidence of them smoke belching.

Still, this is my small time bid to try to document these polluters.

Vehicle: Jeep
License Plate: TVD-389
Location: Makati Avenue right after the intersection of Makati Ave. and J.P. Rizal St.
Date 7-9-15

Smoke Belcher: TVD-389
Smoke Belcher: TVD-389