Truck emissions study aimed at EPA limits all along, records show
from Bloomberg BNA
Newly released records show university researchers coordinated closely with the company funding a study that found trucks with rebuilt engines were as clean as new trucks, an argument the company used to persuade the EPA to lift emissions limits on its products. The records raise ethical flags about the study at the center of the Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to roll back the Obama-era regulation.
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