U.S. EPA Report: Diesel Engine Grants Program Nets Major Air, Public Health Benefits

U.S. EPA Report: Diesel Engine Grants Program Nets Major Air, Public Health Benefits
SAN FRANCISCO – According to a new report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, clean diesel grants have greatly improved public health by cutting harmful pollution that causes premature deaths, asthma attacks, and missed school and workdays. The agency estimates that clean diesel funding generates up to $13 of public health benefits for every $1 spent on diesel projects
U.S. EPA Report: Diesel Engine Grants Program Nets Major Air, Public Health Benefits
Source: EPA Air quality news

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