U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Detroit Diesel recognized for reducing energy use

| June 23, 2010

Detroit Diesel’s Engine Manufacturing Center in Redford, Mich., is one of the first manufacturing plants to reduce energy use in a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency challenge, the diesel engine maker announced. The engine maker met goals ...

Agency to analyze impact of heavy truck emissions

| June 14, 2010

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced plans to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for more fuel-efficient trucks.

Calif. reefer unit appeal denied

Jill Dunn | June 04, 2010

An appeals court has denied the American Trucking Associations’ request for rehearing in its challenge of CARB authority.

California refrigerated unit appeal denied

Jill Dunn | June 04, 2010

An appeals court has denied the American Trucking Associations’ request for rehearing challenging CARB authority.

Obama orders heavy-truck fuel economy standards

| May 21, 2010

The nation’s first fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards on new medium- and heavy-duty trucks will begin with model year 2014.

Boyd Bros. orders ProStars+ with 2010 EPA-approved engines

| May 20, 2010

Boyd Bros. Transportation ordered 325 International ProStar+ tractors, heavy-duty truck maker Navistar, Inc. announced May 20. The tractors run on MaxxForce 13 engines equipped with advanced exhaust gas recirculation technology that meets 2010 emission requirements ...

Navistar, EPA settle suits over SCR certification

| May 04, 2010

The agreement calls for the agency to hold a public workshop or hearing to address the issues Navistar raised.

Study: EPA rules driving new truck demand

| April 23, 2010

Fleets appear to be taking advantage of build slots for power units with pre-2010 EPA engines while they are still available, FTR says.

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