Detroit truckers, manufacturers and residents are benefitting from federal efforts to clean up diesel. But the federal program that doles out the money to replace older diesel engines is in its last year of authorization and facing a cut under President O. . .
Defra (the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), said it had “no current plans for a national diesel scrappage or engine retrofit scheme”. It also declined the EAC’s suggestion for a step-by-step rebalancing of fuel duty and vehicle excise . . .
(Translated from French) The anti-pollution plan presented by the city of Paris does not apply to newer diesel vehicles. In a professional point of the sector can be seen as a boon for the new generations of engines.
“It’s a game-changing study,” said Frank O’Donnell, president of the Clean Air Watch, a nonprofit environmental advocacy group based in Washington D.C. “It absolutely confirms that modern pollution controls can convert the dirty diesel engine into somethi. . .
A first-of-its-kind study examining the efficacy of post-2007 diesel emissions control technologies meeting federal regulations has found zero incidence of cancerous lung tumors in rats subjected to diesel exhaust. The implications of the Advanced Coll. . .