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DOJ sues FCA over Ram, Jeep diesel emissions
The U.S. Department of Justice today filed a civil lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles over alleged violations of federal diesel ...
Lawsuit against California emissions regulations dismissed
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association’s 2013 lawsuit against the California Air Resources Board over its stringent emissions regulations has been dismissed ...
CARB approves compliance extensions for contractors, small fleets in work truck powertrain upgrade regulations
The California Air Resources Board voted April 25 to amend some of its emissions regulations deadlines, giving new alternatives ...
CARB to hold public hearing on proposed adjustments for work truck DPF requirements
If you have a diesel powered, heavy construction truck that gets less than 20,000 miles a year and are ...
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CARB proposes compliance extensions and delays for contractors, small fleets in powertrain upgrade regulations
The California Air Resources Board March 6 announced proposals to change elements of its Truck and Bus Rule emissions ...
With CARB’s powertrain upgrade regulation taking effect for all pre-2007 engines on Jan. 1, many smaller fleets have a decision to make
The rumors were strong this summer. Truckers and others debated the likelihood of a further delay in the California Air ...
AGC: Objections to original CARB proposal saved contractors $9 billion
During a federal hearing today, Associated General Contractors of America lawyers said the California Air Resources Board overestimated emissions from ...
Navistar changing exhaust technology for 2013
Navistar today announced plans to use a new diesel emissions technology for its MaxxForce 13- and 15-liter engines that ...
Journal says Navistar ready for SCR
Navistar will soon pivot from its controversial exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) solution and adopt the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) ...
A cuppa joe and The Construction Blog I’m a morning person, and I have a morning ritual: sitting down to ...
Caltrans workshop shapes future of California transportation
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) hosted a workshop on May 23 for transportation stakeholders and officials to evaluate ...
Tier 4 rules for gensets and compressors
As Tier 4 Interim and Final construction equipment continues to roll into the marketplace over the next two years, ...
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