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New SEMA Emissions Certification Program Helps Manufacturers Get Products to Market Faster

SEMA introduced a new program to make it possible for automotive aftermarket parts manufacturers to meet the legal requirement for emissions compliance under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Tampering Policy. The program, called SEMA Certified-Emissions (SC-E), gives manufacturers the ability to verify that a product meets the EPA’s “reasonable basis” criteria and is therefore legal

Why Diesels Have Become ‘Greener’ and How You Can Benefit

For several years now, clean air and better fuel economy have been the primary focus of the transportation industry. Back in the 1970s, the clean air agenda came into full swing and it literally crippled performance as well as reliability. At that time, the diesel industry wasn’t being regulated by any of these emissions standards, but changes were on the horizon.

Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel, First to Meet 2015 Emissions Regulations

Cummins Inc. announced that it has received certification for its 6.7L Turbo Diesel from the California Air Resources Board (CARB), meeting the Low-Emission Vehicle III (LEV III) standards.

Washington Introduces Bill to Exempt Collectible Vehicles From Emissions Test Requirement

Legislation H.B. 2359 to exempt collectible vehicles of any age from emissions testing was introduced in the Washington State House of Representatives recently. The bill will be considered by the House Environment Committee. Here are the details: H.B. 2359 defines collectible vehicles as a vehicle of unique or rare design, of limited production, and an object

Webasto Says Pre-heated Diesel Engines Reduce Emissions and Improve Performance of DPFs

Fenton, MI – An Independent Emissions Testing Lab recently tested the effects of a Webasto coolant heater on the emissions performance of a diesel engine. To simulate different temperature conditions during the seasonal changes and the effect caused by the Webasto heater, boundary conditions to the test engine were set at 40 degrees Fahrenheit and