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EPA offers grants to replace older diesel engines

EPA offers grants to replace older diesel engines

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Owners of construction vehicles with older diesel engines in six Nebraska counties may apply for a federal rebate to help replace the vehicles or retrofit older vehicles with new cleaner-burning engines.

The Environmental Protection Agency is making $2 million available for public and private owners of construction vehicles. Those in Cass, Douglas, Lancaster, Sarpy, Saunders and Washington Counties may apply for the money.

The EPA said the rebates target counties facing air-quality challenges.

Since diesel engines in construction equipment can last for decades, the EPA program is geared toward replacing older less efficient engines that emit more pollutants with newer less polluting engines.

The EPA will accept applications until Jan. 15 and anticipates awarding the rebates in February.

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