By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Dec 30 (Reuters) - The Bush administration is drafting new rules to drastically reduce noxious emissions from off-road diesel equipment like tractors and bulldozers starting in 2008, but environmentalists on Monday warned that industry-friendly loopholes could weaken them. The Environmental Protection Agency has spent months briefing industry groups and environmentalists about the new rules -- expected to be released in the spring -- requiring refiners to ...
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