Investigation of emission control efficiency with gasoline vapor recovery units

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Ece Kalay
Hasan Sarıoğlu
İskender Özkul


Increasing environmental regulations and the widespread use of gasoline vapor recovery systems have become a current issue. The development of technology and equipment for the gasoline vapor recovery industry is also growing rapidly and the demands on the relevant technical standards are increasing. Depending on the domestic and international development of the gasoline vapor recovery technology and standard, the purpose of this study will be to examine the VRU systems developed to control the emissions of gasoline-sourced volatile organic compounds. Analysis of the relevant terminology will be carried out through a literature review.

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Kalay, E. ., Sarıoğlu, H. ., & Özkul, İskender . (2022). Investigation of emission control efficiency with gasoline vapor recovery units. Advanced Engineering Science, 2, 9–14. Retrieved from


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