EPA Announces Availability of up to $1.9 Million to Clean Up Diesel Engines in the Southeast Preference given to fleets in areas with poor air quality

EPA Announces Availability of up to .9 Million to Clean Up Diesel Engines in the Southeast
Preference given to fleets in areas with poor air quality
(02/25/16 - ATLANTA) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced the availability of up to $1.9 million in grant funding to establish clean diesel projects aimed at reducing emissions from the existing fleet of diesel engines in the southeast. Funds being made available for applicants in the southeast are part of a $26 million national allotment
EPA Announces Availability of up to .9 Million to Clean Up Diesel Engines in the Southeast
Preference given to fleets in areas with poor air quality

Source: EPA Air quality news

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