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WATCH: Massive Gas Leak At Porter Ranch Slows To A Stop

yesterdayNews : The Two-Way

The California Air Resources Board was recording with an infrared camera as the methane leak on the outskirts of LA was finally controlled Thursday. The leak still needs to be permanently capped.

Dramatic video shows gas leak ending at Porter Ranch

A dramatic time-lapse video shot by the California Air Resources Board shows the plume of gas from the damaged Aliso Canyon well disappear over seven minutes as crews gained control of the leak. The footage was taken shortly before 8 a.m. Thursday. The agency started shooting the video a few hours...

VW submits California recall fix plan for 3.0 liter diesel SUVs, cars

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The California Air Resources Board said late on Tuesday that Volkswagen AG submitted a recall fix plan for 3.0 liter diesel SUVs and cars that emit up to nine times legally allowable pollution. The Environmental...Show More Summary

Volkswagen’s proposed dieselgate fixes rejected by US regulators

last monthVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) and United States’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have both rejected Volkswagen’s proposed fixes for its cars affected by the dieselgate emissions testing affair. On Tuesday (US time),...Show More Summary

CARB to Volkswagen: No soup for you! - Roadshow

Volkswagen proposes a solution to fix its 2.0-liter diesels, which the California Air Resources Board promptly rejects.

California, Feds Reject Volkswagen Recall ‘Fix’

Last week, the California Air Resources Board and the U.S. EPA said "no deal" to Volkswagen's proposal to buy back some of the vehicles that were outfitted with cheat devices. The two agencies say the plan doesn't go far enough to address the problems caused by its latest emissions scandal.

VW fix rejected by California board

California Air Resources Board sends clear message to Volkswagen over carmaker’s emissions scandal. ||| Frankfurt - Volkswagen AG’s work to overcome the emissions-cheating scandal was set back after the California Air Resources Board...Show More Summary

CARB, EPA Reject Volkswagen’s Fix for 2-liter Diesels

The California Air Resources Board and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rejected Tuesday Volkswagen’s proposed fix for its illegally polluting 2-liter diesel engines and said the automaker’s plan lacked enough detail and information. Show More Summary

California Regulators Reject VW's Recall Plan For Diesel Vehicles As Talks Continue

The stiff-arm from the California Air Resources Board may not be a major setback, with another potential fix involving catalytic converters in the works.

California just put the brakes on Volkswagen's recall plan

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) announced Tuesday that it has rejected Volkswagen's recall plan for the company's 2.0-liter TDI diesel engines that failed to meet the state's emissions standards. Volkswagen submitted a recall...Show More Summary

California regulators reject VW repair plan for diesel vehicles linked to scandal

The California Air Resources Board has rejected Volkswagen's proposed fix for diesel passenger vehicles outfitted with "defeat devices" that allow them to emit illegal levels of pollutants. The state agency notified VW early Tuesday that the company's repair plans for 2.0-liter passenger cars built...

California Rejects VW Proposal To Fix Emissions-Cheating Vehicles

The California Air Resources Board has rejected Volkswagen’s recall plan for thousands of 2-liter vehicles sold in the state. The regulators also presented VW with a formal notice of air quality violations for its use of “defeat devices” to cheat on emissions tests in these cars. CARB determined that VW’s proposed recall plans for 2-liter sedans sold in California

Volkswagen's Plan To Fix Cheaty Diesel Cars Rejected By California Regulators

last monthVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Volkswagen’s plan to fix its cheaty 2.0-liter diesel cars was rejected by the California Air Resources Board for lacking sufficient detail, reports Automotive News. The state alleges that the plans were not adequate or quick enough for what California requires. Read more...

EPA rejects Volkswagen's U.S. diesel repair plan

Volkswagen's plan to address the Dieselgate scandal in the U.S. just hit a wall. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board informed the Volkswagen Group that the agencies have rejected the German automaker's plan to the repair its U.S. Show More Summary

California board rejects Volkswagen's diesel fix plan

By David Shepardson (Reuters) - The California Air Resources Board said on Tuesday it had rejected Volkswagen AG's plan to fix 2.0 liter diesel cars with software that allow them to emit up to 40 times legally allowable pollution. The...Show More Summary

State air board criticizes Southern California smog regulators over adoption of industry-backed rules

The state Air Resources Board has criticized Southern California smog regulators for adopting industry-backed regulations to control emissions from the region's largest facilities, saying they may violate state law and will harm people's health. The state says it has "serious concerns" about the...

VW struggling to find a solution to its US emissions problem: Report

It's not a great week for VW. First, the firm was slugged by a massive lawsuit from the Department of Justice. Now, it's having trouble coming to an agreement with the EPA and California Air Resources Board.

Elon Musk, Experts: A Zero-Emissions Vehicle Should Be VW’s ‘Punishment’

Tesla's Elon Musk and an impressive list of other tech leaders are calling for the California Air Resources Board to get creative. They want CARB to implement a new approach to the diesel cheating scandal by requiring Volkswagen to step up to the plate and come up with a zero-emissions vehicle. Show More Summary

Elon Musk, Others to CARB: Just Make VW Build EVs Faster

Tesla chief Elon Musk and more than 40 other executives called on the California Air Resources Board to release Volkswagen from its mandate to fix thousands of polluting cars in that state and instead invest that money in electric vehicles. Show More Summary

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