A revolutionary emission control system that has enabled diesel trucks and buses all over Europe to clean up their act has won Johnson Matthey its second Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award — the UK's most coveted prize for engineering innovation. This year the award goes to the Johnson Matthey team that developed the continuously regenerating trap (CRT) to control pollution from heavy duty diesel vehicles. A normal catalyst cannot remove the particulates, but the CRT removes ...
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