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Press Release | 10/13/15
The Diesel Technology Forum issued the following explanation on SCR, an advanced active emissions control technology system used in clean diesel engines.
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“It’s remarkable what the engineers have done in making diesel much cleaner. The Volkswagen case is so far the exception.”