State legislators call on EPA not to weaken or delay fuel sulfur rule

09/10/2001
A state legislators' group has called on the US Environmental Protection Agency not to weaken or delay standards that would dramatically lower the sulfur standard in diesel fuel.The National Conference of State Legislators approved a resolution supporting the standards, which are endorsed by most automakers and environmental groups but not refiners.The resolution won praise from environmental lobby groups, which have expressed concerns about EPA's resolve on the issue.Legislators' views"NCSL strongly supports EPA's engine and fuel standards and opposes efforts to either delay or weaken the fuel sulfur standard or delay or weaken achievement of the engine emission standards...
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