Reducing the number of exhaust-gas particulates, including those smaller than 23 nanometers, will help manufacturers meet increasingly stringent future global emissions standards, the company noted.
With this deployment, Kraft Heinz plans to virtually eliminate diesel terminal truck emissions at its Groveport distribution center.
The leader of an automotive technology industry group says that the draft rule is a setback for the industry.
S. 263, introduced by Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., would amend the Clean Air Act by revising the National Ambient Air Quality Standards program to allow more time to implement the 2015 standards.
It is further expected that new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will set in motion legal actions revoking the State of California’s ability to enforce its own tailpipe standards, which is expected to spark legal challenges by the states and environmental groups.