U.S. EPA holds trucking company accountable for failure to install emissions controls on its California fleet

U.S. EPA holds trucking company accountable for failure to install emissions controls on its California fleet
(10/08/15) First Federal enforcement of California’s Truck and Bus Regulation SAN FRANCISCO—Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that Estes Express Lines will pay a $100,000 penalty for violations of the California Truck and Bus Regulation, for failing to install particulate filters on 73 of its heavy-duty diesel trucks (15% of its California fleet)
U.S. EPA holds trucking company accountable for failure to install emissions controls on its California fleet
Source: EPA Air quality news

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