The Environmental Protection Agency is working with various Chinese government agencies to retrofit clean-diesel technology on certain trucks and buses in the country. The EPA will contribute $250,000 and lend “significant work hours” to the cause in an effort to reduce particulate pollution and other harmful or smog-producing diesel emissions from China’s air. “We will share cleaner emissions control technologies and fuels with China as part of EPA’s commitment to a cleaner global ...

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