Following up on Derrick's post from yesterday, one other option the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may use is to require the urea refill interval to be at least as long as the manufacturer's oil change interval, allowing the urea refill to coincide with oil changes.
Following the announcements of Honda's plans to introduce diesel engines in the U.S., Bloomberg is reporting on how Honda has patented a new method to curb nitric oxide emissions. In the new aftertreatment system, exhaust flows through a plasma reactor which separates nitrogen oxides and forms nitrogen dioxide that's then reduced or absorbed by alkali metals and silver. The system uses electricity to generate and maintain the plasma, which is drawn from the engine. Combine this reduction in fuel
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