Diesel Responsible For Less Than 6% of Particulate Emissions in U.S."Numerous studies and reports from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), researchers and health organizations are highlighting the benefits and importance of clean diesel technology in reducing black carbon emissions in the U.S.," Schaeffer said. "Thanks to the switch to ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel coupled with advances in diesel engine design and emissions control technology, fine particulate emissions have been virtually eliminated from new diesel vehicles and equipment in the U.S."Today diesel engines are responsible for less than six percent of all particulate emissions in the U.S.," Schaeffer said.
Advancements In Clean Diesel Technology And Fuel To Continue Major Reductions In Black Carbon Emissions
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