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Clean Diesel-powered Buses in Shenzhen City
XunXu, VECC-SEPA.org (2 Aug 2004)

SHENZHEN CITY, CHINA: It is reported that Shenzhen's buses will be powered by clean diesel with lower sulfur from August 1st.

The sulfur content of clean diesel is under 500ppm, lower than normal diesel 2000ppm. So lower emission from the clean diesel-powered buses, and reduces the damage of engine causing by acid from oxidation of sulfur.

Recently clean diesel serves in the market and the price will not been changed.

For more information, visit http://www.vecc-sepa.org.cn/news/hyxw/1091176705078.html

http://www.vecc-sepa.org.cn/eng/news/news_detail.jsp?newsid=01201

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Cleaner vehicles > Buses
Diesel > Desulphurization
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VECC, SEPA, China

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