Tagged: Emissions

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Sysco Orders 800 Electric Trucks

Sysco orders 800 electric trucks and plans to deploy up to 800 battery-electric Freightliner eCascadia Class 8 tractors by 2026. Freightliner eCascadias along with refrigerated trailers will play a significant role in achieving its science-based climate goal to electrify 35% of its U.S. fleet by 2030.

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California Requiring More Inspections

California Air Resources Board (CARB) last month approved a regulation that would require some medium and heavy-duty trucks and bus owners to inspect their vehicles’ emissions control systems twice a year. The Heavy-Duty Inspection and…

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Whiskey Residue Powering Fleet

Scotch whiskey distiller Glenfiddich is using waste from its whiskey-making process to produce renewable natural gas, which then is used to power its fleet of delivery trucks. Glenfiddich is leading a sustainability initiative to address…

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Orlando Adding Natural Gas Trucks

The City of Orlando, Fla., will participate in a demonstration program of adsorbed natural gas (ANG) bi-fuel vehicle technology developed by Ingevity Corp. Orlando will add two ANG-equipped Ford F-150 pickup trucks to its fleet…

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San Diego adding CNG buses

The San Diego, Calif., Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) has officially retired the last of its diesel buses and added two more electric buses to its fleet. The agency has a long history of adopting clean…

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EPA Issues Emissions ‘Pre-Rule’

An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pre-rule issued Jan. 6 is the first formal step in an attempt by the agency to establish more stringent heavy-duty diesel truck emission standards for oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and…

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