The Latest in Diesel Fuel

LCT Magazine
Posted on May 6, 2008
DIESEL GETTING MUCH BETTER: Americans used to hate diesel engines, especially back in the 1970s -- they were too loud and fume spraying to be nearly as well loved as they have become in Europe. This will all change dramatically by Dec. 1, 2010, when the EPA requires all diesel fuel sold in the U.S. to meet its Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel requirements. For operators building up their diesel vehicles, especially through buses, this new rule offers relief and something to sell to clients. Visit the Clean Diesel Fuel Alliance website for more information.

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