New engines will meet EPA standards

by Everdeen Mason
Columbus Dispatch
July 8, 2012

Navistar International Corp. has announced that it will switch its approach to pollution control in its engines to meet 2010 federal emission standards, mixing its practices with that of its competitors.

Troy Clarke, senior vice president of Navistar, called the new effort the “best of both worlds” in a live webcast on Friday morning and said Navistar will combine the In-cylinder technology model of engines with the solid-state after-treatment model it has been developing.

“We recognize we are looking at the key to meeting 2013 and 2014 greenhouse-emissions standards early,” he said.

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