Trying to Make Some Sense of It All

Roeth, Michael
December 2015
Fleet Owner Exclusive Insight;12/4/2015, p6
The article offers the author's insights on the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Phase Two Emissions Standards in the U.S. Topics include the pending regulation designed to control carbon dioxide (CO2) in 2021 to 2027, growth opportunity for the trucking industry, and function of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).


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