Grim truth beats grim reaper

Kelley, Ken
October 2002
Roads & Bridges;Oct2002, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p16
Reports on developments in the U.S. big truck and diesel engine industry over compliance with the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emission rules by October 1, 2002. Basis of workable plans prepared to meet the 2002 rule; Emission standing of several truck companies' engines; Questions raised by the American Trucking Association over EPA emission rules for 2007.


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