CHICAGO — Cummins has announced it has received certification for its lineup of on-highway diesel and natural gas engines from the Environmental Protection Agency, according to CCJ.
The certification means Cummins meets both the current EPA regulations and the second step in greenhouse gas and fuel-efficiency standards which take effect in January 2017, CCJ reported.
Throughout 2014 and 2015, Cummins says it implemented efficiency enhancements that enable its engines to meet EPA 2016 and GHG 2017 requirements. On-board diagnostics requirements are met with enhanced monitors, ensuring that exhaust tailpipe emissions stay within the EPA limits.
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