EPA PROPOSES CUT IN SULFUR CONTENT OF DIESEL

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed an 80% reduction in the sulfur content of U.S. diesel fuel beginning Oct. 1, 1993. EPA Administrator William K. Reilly called the move "an important step" for cleaner air. He said the reduction will have the largest effect in urban areas where particulate levels are the highest and the number of people exposed the greatest. "This action, along with the stringent heavy duty particulate reduction standards for 1991 and later vehicles, will

Aug 20th, 1990
In order to access this content, you must be logged-in and have an active subscription to the OGJ Premium Archive

Subscribe

More in Government