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EPA plans regulatory relief for certain Tier 4 engines, vessels

EPA plans regulatory relief for certain Tier 4 engines, vessels

Despite nine years of advance notice, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a three-year deadline extension so marine engine manufacturers and boatbuilders can meet Tier 4 emissions standards for vessels with lightweight and high-powered diesel engines.

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