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EPA raises fees for vehicle emissions certifications

February 20, 2018
EPA is increasing fees for vehicle manufacturers that certify in calendar year 2019 that their vehicles comply with air emissions and fuel economy standards under the Clean Air Act, noting that the agency's Motor Vehicle and Engine Compliance Program (MVECP) fees rule allows for annual adjustments in certification fees. In a Feb. 20 memo to manufacturers, Byron J. Bunker, director of the compliance division of EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality, says the fees adjustments reflect changes in labor...

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