Propane Gains Respect

Andel, Tom
August 2003
Material Handling Management;Aug2003, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p4
Focuses on actions taken by the Propane Vehicle Council and the Industrial Truck Association in response to an announcement that the California Air Resource Board (CARB) would outlaw the use of internal combustion engine powered lift trucks. Information on a State Implementation Plan Revision Document taking into account the feasibility of converting internal combustion engines to electric vehicles; Discussion on the environmental effects of the proposed measure by CARB.


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