Canada to reduce sulphur level in diesel

Canadian Environment Minister David Anderson announced a plan Saturday to reduce the sulfur content in diesel fuel by 95 percent. The reduction, he says, is the first formal component of a "progressive plan in place to reduce harmful emissions from vehicles, engines and fuels and to improve air quality for Canadians," or Canada's Clean Air Agenda.

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