DETROIT – Every movement has special dates that represent important milestones in history. For diesel proponents, it is Oct. 15, 2006. That’s when service stations in the U.S. are required to start selling ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel, an environmental initiative considered as significant as the introduction of unleaded gasoline and catalytic converters. The new fuel contains less than 15 parts-per-million of sulfur vs. 500 ppm in the low-sulfur diesel currently found at most U.S. pumps. ...
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