EPA Offering $20 Million for Clean-Diesel Projects

April 2012
Trailer/Body Builders Exclusive Insight;4/24/2012, p3
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The article discusses the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) announcement of the availability of a 20 million U.S. dollar-grant funding for clean-diesel projects. The funding is the first since the 2011 reauthorization of the Diesel Emission Reduction Program (DERA) aimed at cleaning up existing diesel vehicles. The article also states that another 9 million U.S. dollars will be made available through direct state allocations.


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