While urea injection is becoming the common solution for cleansing oxides of nitrogen emissions from most modern diesel engines, Navistar International Corp. is betting on advanced exhaust-gas-recirculation technology as a less-expensive and complex means to meet new stringent emissions regulations for heavy-duty trucks. Set to take effect in 2010, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency legislation will limit NOx and other pollutants from heavy trucks similar to the Tier 2 Bin 5 levels for ...

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