Clean diesel projects get $20 million boost

April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/24/2012, p11
The article reports on the 20 million U.S. dollar grant allotted to establishing clean diesel projects by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The funding supports projects aimed at reducing pollution from the U.S.' existing fleet of diesel engines and improving air quality and Americans' health. The grant is part of the Diesel Emission Reduction Program which was launched in 2011.


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