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California requiring ships, trucks to eliminate tons of pollution around ports
by Rachel Becker
Times of San Diego Translate This Article
31 August 2020
On 31 August 2020 Times of San Diego reported:
Ships and trucks will be required to cut thousands of tons of air pollution in communities near ports, freeways and warehouses under a pair of rules unanimously adopted by the Air Resources Board last week. The rules overhaul regulations for diesel truck exhaust and expand emission reductions from ships idling in California's ports. The two rules, when fully implemented, are expected to eliminate some 10,000 tons of pollution per year, the state's biggest strike against smog in twelve years.
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