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CCA gets NOx filter US sales licence

Combustion Component Associates of Conneticut are to sell Clean Diesel Technology's (CDT) Aris urea Selective Catalytic Reduction NOx reduction system for retrofit to diesel vehicles in the US and Canada.

CDT claims the new system eliminates 70-90 per cent of NOx emitted from diesel engines. diesel engines. CCA will pay CDT an upfront license fee for a non-exclusive license, commit to further expenditures for development and verification under EPA and California Air Resources Board testing protocols, and pay CDT running royalties on system sales.

CDT is currently in negotiation with unnamed companies over the licensing agreement for sales in Europe.

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