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Diesel/Black Carbon Technical Assessment and Feasibility Study for Centralina, NC and SC

Date Published: August 2014

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This report investigates the environmental and economic impacts of diesel engine exhaust and black carbon emissions that are the result of construction projects. This study yields new tools and resources for municipalities to help mitigate the environmental and human health impacts of these emissions.

Keywords: Connect Our Future; Charlotte, North Carolina

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  • Centralina Council of Governments (Connect Our Future)
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