A new truck engine by Cummins Inc. wins certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for meeting tougher emissions standards that take effect Oct. 1. Cummins says it is the first company to meet the standard for truck engines. Cummins’ ISX engine uses auxiliary emissions control devices (AESDs) to re-circulate exhaust gases that can become too hot and need to be released. Federal regulators called the devices into question in October 1998, saying they were illegal "defeat ...

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