Bandit Industries has agreed to pay a $3 million civil penalty to settle allegations that it violated the Clean Air Act by selling non-road diesel engines and equipment used to process wood and waste that do not meet federal standards. Bandit manufactures self-powered, industrial-strength wood and waste processing equipment, such... Read more »
The US EPA has issued a notice of violation to auto manufacturer Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) over alleged violations of the Clean Air Act pertaining to the installation, use, and failure to disclose of engine management softwareShow More Summary
According to a report by Bloomberg, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is under investigation by the Department of Justice for a possible violation of the Clean Air Act. Bloomberg's report cites "people familiar with the investigation." As we learned yesterday, the EPA is accusing FCA of failing to disclose engine management software for its 3.0-liter...
(John Hinderaker) In 2014, Murray Energy Corporation and several of its affiliates sued EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, alleging that the EPA was in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 7621, § 321(a) of the Clean Air Act, which requires the agency...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has lashed out at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for alleging that his company violated the Clean Air Act. The allegations are that it fit, and failed to disclose, engine management software designed to alter NOx emissions from its 3.0-litre diesel engines The EPA issued the violation notice to FCA […]
The US. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a notice of violation to Fiat Chrysler Automobile for allegedly running afoul of the Clean Air Act by failing to disclose engine management software in its light duty models for Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Ram 1500 trucks.
The US government forms a self-driving car advisory committee, and Jaguar refreshes the F-Type.
The Environmental Protection Agency calls the emissions control devices found on diesel Jeep and Ram vehicles a “clear and serious violation of the Clean Air Act” — something the CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles isn’t very happy about. Show More Summary
The Environmental Protection Agency says Fiat Chrysler violated the Clean Air Act by allegedly installing software in about 104,000 vehicles that masked the true level of emissions.
The Environmental Protection Agency has accused Fiat Chrysler Automobiles of installing emissions software in 104,000 diesel Rams and Jeeps that violates the Clean Air Act. According to the regulator, which made its announcement this morning, FCA failed to declare “eight auxiliary emissions control devices” during the EPA certification process. Show More Summary
The EPA has issued a statement accusing Fiat-Chrysler of violating the Clean Air Act by "failing to disclose engine management software" in 2014-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and RAM 1500 trucks that use the 3.0-liter diesel V6 engine. Those...Show More Summary
A new automaker is in the crosshairs, with 104,000 vehicles affected.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today accused Fiat Chrysler of violating the Clean Air Act by “failing to disclose engine management software” in the 2014-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 trucks equipped with the 3.0-liter diesel V6 engine. Read more...
The U.S. government is accusing Fiat Chrysler of failing to disclose that software in some of its diesel engine-powered pickup trucks and SUVs allows them to exceed pollution limits set by the Clean Air Act. The Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday it had issued a "notice of violation"...
In a move that could affect manufacturers and dry cleaners, the EPA is moving forward with efforts to add the chemical n-Propyl Bromide (nPB) to a list of hazardous air pollutants in the Clean Air Act. The post Chemical Used in Adhesives, Dry Cleaning to be Listed as Hazardous Air Pollutant appeared first on Environmental Leader.
Why is there a Clean Air Act? Why are their EPA regulations? They’re not there because government bureaucrats just love to hurt profits and get in the way of healthy commerce. The regulations we now have for protecting the air we breath come from a long history of what happens when you don't provide that protection. [St. Show More Summary
Late in 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency issued New Source Performance Standards to control greenhouse gas emissions from new and modified fossil-fuel-fired power plants under the Clean Air Act. This regulation is a companion...Show More Summary
This month EPA released a Proposed Determination that the protective greenhouse gas emissions standards finalized in 2012 for model year 2022-2025 passenger cars and lights trucks remain appropriate under the Clean Air Act.
To address the legality of E-Merge, we asked the Columbia University Law School Center for Climate Change Law to examine state authority under the Clean Air Act to voluntarily implement integrated planning using an E-Merge approach, along with the permissibility of applying a multi-pollutant approach to air quality planning.
The year 1970 was an inflection point in the battle to protect America's natural environment. It is the year that Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency and the United States enacted the Clean Air Act, establishing national standards for clean air. Show More Summary