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1 Costs are estimated for engines running 8000 hours per year and are in 1993 dollars.

2 Source: EPA, July 1993.

3 Not Applicable.

4 Source: EPA, July 1993. Capital Costs corrected to remove double-counting of direct installation costs in EPA ACT.

Table 17-15 Representative Emissions Control Costs for Diesel- and Dual-Fuel-Fired, Compression-Ignition Reciprocating Engines. Source: State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials.

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