New smog rule targets heavy-duty trucks

McLean, Valerie
July 2005
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;7/29/2005, Issue 323432, p1
Reports on the California Air Resources Board's adoption of a regulation that reduces nitrogen oxide emissions from heavy-duty trucks and buses. Projected daily reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions by 2020; Requirement for engine manufacturers to install on-board diagnostic systems on heavy-duty engines beginning in 2010; Estimated number of heavy-duty trucks on California highways producing nitrogen oxide, the key ingredient to smog.


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