EPA Rule Change Could Result in Noncompliance, Loss of Federal Funding, Chamber of Commerce Says

WASHINGTON — A small change in the cap for ground-level ozone emissions could lead to wide-scale noncompliance of environmental rules, and a major business group says that could be flipped into the federal government yanking funding commitments for highway and transit projects. At a U.S. Chamber of Commerce event here July 22, representatives of transportation Read More »

EPA Proposal on Insulation Raises Reefer-Sector Concern

A final U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulation expected this summer has generated significant concerns from suppliers to the refrigerated trucking sector, with the main worry being that a January 2017 rollout date is too soon. The Protection of Stratospheric Ozone rule was proposed last August but generally escaped the attention of trucking. The proposal is Read More »