Rolls-Royce Subsidiary to Pay $1.2Mln Penalty for Clean Air Act Violations

November 23, 2017


WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The Justice Department and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced in the statement that MTU violated the 1990 Clean Air Act by selling 895 non-road heavy-duty diesel engines — which are used in mining, marine and power generation vehicles and equipment — without valid certificates of conformity.

“Under the settlement, MTU will pay a $1.2 million penalty and perform annual audits of its engine emission testing and certification activities for three years,” the statement, issued on Tuesday, said.

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