White House reviewing EPA nonroad, low-sulfur diesel plan

03/24/2003
The US Environmental Protection Agency Mar. 11 sent to the White House for its review an industry-supported nonroad low-sulfur diesel plan. The rule requires fuel suppliers to sell a 500 ppm product in mid-2007, followed by a 15 ppm standard by 2010, government and industry sources said.Last summer EPA favored a proposal that would have required all nonroad diesel to meet a 15 ppm sulfur limit by mid-2008. But the agency later reversed that position following meetings between refiners and the White House's Office of Management and Budget.An EPA spokesman was not immediately available for comment. Agency officials last month said they plan to issue a proposed rule in April with a final...
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