DTF unveils retrofit website

The Diesel Technology Forum today launched a new website focusing on clean diesel solutions to reduce emissions from existing diesel engines, executive director Allen Schaeffer said. Schaeffer said the site is geared toward trucking and transit bus fleet owners and operators, equipment operators, government officials, the media and the general public. "Our goal is to provide basic program information

The Diesel Technology Forum today launched a newwebsite focusing on clean diesel solutions to reduce emissions from existing diesel engines, executive director Allen Schaeffer said. Schaeffer said the site is geared toward trucking and transit bus fleet owners and operators, equipment operators, government officials, the media and the general public.

"Our goal is to provide basic program information and real-life examples of success stories in modernizing and upgrading existing diesel equipment so that truck and bus operators, air pollution control officials, regulators, and municipal governments understand the full array of issues, options and benefits toward meeting clean air goals," Schaeffer said.

The website will encompass the full array of clean-diesel solutions for modernizing and upgrading existing equipment including retrofitting, refueling, rebuilding, repowering and engine retirement.

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