Anticipating that modern, clean diesel engines will gain widespread acceptance among U.S. consumers, Rhodia SA plans to introduce a new retrofit diesel aftertreatment system that requires fewer precious metals and is less expensive than technology currently in use. The French chemical specialist is a pioneer in diesel particulate filters (DPFs) and has supplied its Eolys technology for more than 3 million vehicles in Europe since 2000. Key customers include diesel vehicles for the Peugeot, ...

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