Caterpillar Inc. wins certification from the Environmental Protection Agency for its on-highway truck engines made after Sept. 30, meaning they can be sold after the EPA’s Oct. 1 emissions deadline. The engines now can be sold in Canada and 49 U.S. states, excluding California, with no restrictions imposed on customers. Caterpillar expects California’s Air Resources Board to certify the engines following the EPA’s approval.
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