Difference between revisions of "Vehicle emission reduction equipment requirements"

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Revision as of 23:37, 23 October 2016

Emission reduction equipment requirements are in place to reduce the volatile substances which enter the atmosphere especially through fossil fuel sources. Common substances which are detrimental to air quality include SO2, NOx, ozone, and particulate matter. Additionally, off-road vehicles such as those used for agriculture and construction, are liable to the Tier 4 emission standard set by the Environmental Protection Agency to have been reached by 2015.


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