||Regulatory impact analysis : heavy-duty engine and vehicle standards and highway diesel fuel sulfur control requirements.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Air and Radiation.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiaiton,
Diesel motor exhaust gas. ;
Heavy duty vehicles ;
Diesel fuels ;
Air pollution control ;
Air quality standardsr ;
Diesel engine exhaust emissions ;
Economic impact ;
Emission control ;
Public health ;
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||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm
This Regulatory Impact Analysis assesses the feasibility, costs, benefits, cost-effectiveness, and other issues associated with the Environmental Protection Agency's finalized program that sets new federal emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles and places limits on the level of sulfur in diesel fuel. A complete discussion of the details of the program can be found in the preamble to the regulations published in the Federal Register. The key results of this Regulatory Impact Analysis are discussed.. When revising emissions standards for heavy-duty vehicles, the Agency considers the effects of air pollutants emitted from heavy-duty vehicles on public health and welfare. As discussed in more detail below, the outdoor, or ambient, air quality in many areas of the country is expected to violate federal health-based ambient air quality standards for ground level ozone and particulate matter during the time when this rule would take effect.
"December 2000." Includes bibliographical references. "EPA420-R-00-026."