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Apart from stricter standards, the EPA pointed out that the move will “cut unnecessary red tape while simplifying certification of compliance requirements for heavy-duty trucks and engines.” The agency says that areas of potential deregulation will include “onboard diagnostic requirements, cost-effective means of reassuring real world compliance by using modern and advanced technologies, the deterioration factor testing process, and concerns regarding annual recertification of engine families.”Diesel engine maker Cummins as well as the Diesel Technology Forum both released statements of support for the new initiative. The Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association called it a “tremendous opportunity” for a “collaborative, open regulatory process involving all stakeholders., while the American Truck Associations says it “favors a single national emission pathway as opposed to a patchwork of state standards”.
 
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