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2005 Press Releases

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Press Releases for 2005
December 30, 2005 New Vehicles Tested For Emissions Durability
December 21, 2005 U.S. Announces $94 Million Clean Air Act Settlement with Chrysler Over Emission Control Defects on 1.5 Million Jeep and Dodge Vehicles
December 16, 2005 EPA Amends Enforcement Provisions for California's Phase 3 Reformulated Gasoline Program
December 8, 2005 Mazda Recalls 2001-2002 Miatas for Emissions Fix
December 7, 2005 Mazda Miata Voluntary Recall
November 16, 2005 Greater Boston Breathes Better” Partnership Improving Air Quality in Metro Area New EPA Grant Spurs Additional Clean Air Efforts
November 16, 2005 Detroit Diesel Corporation Recalls Turbochargers and Diesel Particulate Filters on Urban Buses
November 9, 2005 Minor Changes Made to EPA Fuel Additive Program
November 9, 2005 Rule Eases Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Transition
November 7, 2005 EPA Awards More Than $1 Million in Clean Diesel Grants
October 31, 2005 EPA and Vineland Team Up To Reduce Pollution From 143 School Buses
October 19, 2005 Fortune 500 Conserve Fuel with Commuter Benefits to Employees
October 19, 2005 VW Extends Emissions Warranty for Certain Models
October 12, 2005 Fuel Economy Information for 2006 Models Now Available
October 11, 2005 EPA to co-sponsor air pollution emission-reduction workshop
October 5, 2005 Catalyst Warranty Extension for Some Volkswagen Models
July 28, 2005 2005 Fuel Economy Trends Report Now Available on the EPA Website
July 7, 2005 Incentives for Early Fuel Distribution Will Ease Clean Diesel Transition
June 30, 2005 United States to Join International Effort to Update Emissions Testing for New Motorcycles
June 15, 2005 Volkswagen of America, Inc., Agrees to Pay More Than $1 Million for Clean Air Act Violation
June 3, 2005 Supporting Tougher Clean Diesel Standards, Advanced Technology Will Test Real-World Truck and Bus Emissions
June 2, 2005 EPA Upholds Reformulated Gas Requirement in California, New York, and Connecticut
May 27, 2005 Major Freight Railroads to Save Fuel and Cut Emissions
May 27, 2005 $7.5 Million Available in Clean Diesel School Bus Grants
May 27, 2005 Rule Planned to Ease Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Transition
April 27, 2005 $5 Million in EPA Grants to Fund Innovative Idling Reduction Projects
February 23, 2005 Diesel Retrofit Grants and Clean Diesel Campaign Announced
February 10, 2005 EPA to Build World's First Full Hydraulic Hybrid Urban Delivery Vehicle
January 28, 2005 EPA, Ford Test Promising Clean Diesel Technology on Passenger Vehicles

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