The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday afternoon announced plans to explore overhauling emissions regulations for heavy-duty trucks and engines, aiming for greater simplicity of emissions regulations and national uniformity of such regs, said EPA Acting Administrator, Andrew Wheeler.

Establishing national uniformity is aimed at resolving the issue of outlier states like California, who’ve instituted much more stringent emissions regulations of heavy-duty trucks than EPA has.

Wheeler announced the Cleaner Trucks Initiative in a brief ceremony on Tuesday at EPA headquarters in Washington, D.C., saying EPA intends to “take a comprehensive review of existing requirements to root out

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