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Clean Air Nonroad Diesel - Final Rule

The EPA, in it's quest to further reduce the sulfur, nitrogen oxide and particulate matter output, has included all manufacturers of non-road diesel engines within the umbrella group required to reduce their emission output. This is to be accomplished by integrating newly developed engine and fuel control systems. These actions are all part of the inter-related suite collectively known as the Clean Air Rule of 2004.

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Date Of Record Release 2008-03-20 19:27:48
Description The EPA, in it's quest to further reduce the sulfur, nitrogen oxide and particulate matter output, has included all manufacturers of non-road diesel engines within the umbrella group required to reduce their emission output. This is to be accomplished by integrating newly developed engine and fuel control systems. These actions are all part of the inter-related suite collectively known as the Clean Air Rule of 2004.
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Source United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Transportation and Air Quality
Keyword Power plant emissions; Fine particle pollution; Recreation vehicles; Marine engines; Farm and Construction equipment
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2004-09-10 13:06:52
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Date Last Modified 2010-12-31 15:03:54
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-09-10 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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