USA: Automakers Call for Cleaner "Clean Diesel" Rule
At a public hearing today in Los Angeles, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers commended the direction of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed rule on heavy-duty engines, but called on the Agency to go further in lowering sulfur content in diesel fuel. According to automakers, near-zero sulfur fuels are needed to enable the introduction of even cleaner, more fuel-efficient technology.
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