CHICAGO – A recent feature story in the Chicago Tribune provides an indication of how Caterpillar Inc. has become proactive in its effort to deal with an Environmental Protection Agency timetable for use of new heavy-duty diesel engine emissions-control technology. Most makers of Class 8 truck diesel engines – except Caterpillar – are on target to begin supplying engines with exhaust gas re-circulation to meet EPA emissions requirements that take effect Oct. 1 (rather than in 2004 as ...

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