Environmental groups won’t appeal an air quality permit granted to General Motors Corp. by the state of Michigan, paving the way for production of the new Chevrolet SSR retro pickup truck at the Craft Centre facility in Lansing, MI, later this year. In a compromise with the groups, GM says it will cut 130 tons (118 t) of emissions at an adjacent plant, if Craft Centre emissions exceed a set level. The auto maker also will install pollution control equipment at the facility. GM’s permit, ...
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