Impact of the 1990 Hong Kong Legislation for Restriction on Sulfur Content in Fuel
This report describes a study to explore the role that specific chemical constituents of particulate air pollution may have played in effects on daily mortality observed after the 1990 Hong Kong restriction on sulfur in fuels. The study was part of HEI's Outcomes Research program, which aims to assess the health impacts of actions taken to improve air quality. Dr. Chit-Ming Wong of the University of Hong Kong and his team also developed methods to estimate the impacts on life expectancy of the 1990 sulfur restriction.
|HEI Statement, a short synopsis||107.08 KB|
|Research Report 170, including a Commentary by the HEI Review Committee||2.98 MB|
|Appendix C||553.49 KB|
|Appendix D||258.47 KB|