||Diesel retrofit technology : an analysis of the cost-effectiveness of reducing particulate matter emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines through retrofits.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Assessment and Standards Division and Compliance and Innovative Strategies Division,
Diesel fuels. ;
Diesel motor exhaust gas.
Air pollution abatement ;
Diesel fuels ;
Emission control ;
Diesel engines ;
Motor vehicles ;
Air pollution control ;
Air quality ;
Cost effectiveness ;
US EPA ;
||PDF file on file.
||NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI
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||1 online resource (iii, 32 pages) : digital, PDF file
The purpose of this technical analysis is to evaluate the cost effectiveness of retrofitting existing heavy-duty diesel engines to reduce particulate matter (PM). (The cost effectiveness of the regulatory measures EPA has implemented is addressed the rulemakings.) Analysts in EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ) evaluated the costs and emissions benefits of retrofitting school buses, freight trucks, and bulldozers with diesel oxidation catalysts (DOCs) and catalyzed diesel particulate filters (CDPFs), two of the most common PM emissions reduction technologies for diesel engines.
Title from title screen (viewed July 12, 2010). "March 2006." Includes bibliographical references (page 32). "EPA420-S-06-002."