D.C. Circuit Upholds Restrictions on Diesel Emissions

Starr, Jasmine
November 2003
Ecology Law Quarterly;2003, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p787
Academic Journal
Examines the decision of an appeals court in the case, National Petrochemical & Refiners Association v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, uphelding restrictions on diesel emissions. Background on the 2007 Rule; Facts of the case; Benefits of the rule to engine manufacturers.


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