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Emission standards Webinar breaks records

Posted on February 20, 2009

METRO Magazine’s emission standards Web seminar, sponsored by IC Bus, received a record number of  “attendees.” With the 2010 engine emission standards around the corner, it is important for the bus industry to educate themselves on the available engine options — EGR and SCR.
 
The free, educational seminar “How Will You Comply With 2010 Emissions Standards?” helps prepare the bus industry to make informed decisions on the available options for 2010 emission solutions.

The Webinar, which debuted earlier this month, featured a panel of experts discussing how advanced EGR works; EGR vs. SCR; the cost of operations in 2010; how to save money on maintenance and fuel; and hardware, training and service.

To listen to the event, or download an Audio/MP3 version, log onto www.metro-magazine.com/Resources.aspx.

 

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