California adopts rules to curb diesel pollution


SAN FRANCISCO, July 27 (Reuters) - The California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted late on Thursday tough regulations to curb emissions from off-road diesel vehicles such as bulldozers, forklifts, airport service trucks, and other vehicles. The regulations, the first of their kind in the nation, will prevent thousands of premature deaths and reduce health costs for people with asthma and other respiratory disease, said Mary Nichols, chairman of CARB. The rules will be phased in ...

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