WASHINGTON, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt, the Bush administration's nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency, was urged on Wednesday to implement federal rules by spring 2004 to reduce polluting emissions from heavy equipment and other non-road engines that run on diesel fuel. Wednesday was the final day for public comments on an EPA proposal to sharply cut diesel pollution, which aggravates asthma, contributes to heart disease, causes lung cancer and obscures ...
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