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US EPA Official: New EU Vehicle Emissions Testing Will Still Be Inadequate

A few days ago, a top official at the US EPA, Christopher Grundler, testified before a European Parliament committee investigating the ongoing diesel emissions cheating scandals, providing us with a number of interesting comments. Amongst other things, Grundler stated that Europe’s vehicle emissions testing process has been widely seen as being inadequate for decades now, [&hellip US EPA Official: New EU Vehicle Emissions Testing Will Still Be Inadequate was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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