Seattle succeeds in eliminating polluting old trucks

The Port of Seattle has exceeded earlier expectations in its clean air initiative to remove drayage (container-hauling) trucks with pre-1994 engines from the road. The ScRAPS (Scrappage and Retrofits for Air in Puget Sound) scheme was initiated last November and by late April 168 trucks had already been removed from ...

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