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NACAA Faults Eased EPA Auto Parts Enforcement, Seeks Strict Air Limits

December 03, 2018
The National Association of Clean Air Agencies (NACAA) is faulting EPA's plan to revise and ease its enforcement policy on tampering with aftermarket auto emissions control parts such as catalytic converters by warning that it will not adequately protect air quality, and is calling on the agency to instead pursue strict new emissions rules for the parts. In a Nov. 29 letter to EPA air and enforcement officials , the co-chairs of the NACAA mobile sources and fuels panel...

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