Reducing passenger-car and light-truck oxides of nitrogen (NOx) levels from Tier I to Tier II may cost between two and ten times more per ton of reduction than by applying SCR (selective catalytic reduction) to large industrial and utility boilers. In anticipation of the Supreme Court's position on whether the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will henceforth have to pay more attention to the cost-effectiveness of its mandates, WEVTU has been searching for examples of how this may ...
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