Navistar Will Pay $52M To Settle EPA Truck Engine Claims

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (October 25, 2021, 9:16 PM EDT) -- Navistar Inc. on Monday agreed to pay $52 million to settle the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's accusations that the trucking giant violated the Clean Air Act by selling heavy-duty diesel engines without the required certification that they met emissions standards.

The deal resolves a lawsuit the government launched in July 2015 alleging that Navistar failed to obtain EPA certificates of conformity — which are required by the Clean Air Act to ensure new engines meet the applicable emissions standards — when the company was shipping its model year 2010 engines.

Assistant Attorney General Todd Kim of the U.S. Department of Justice's Environment...

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