Newer Diesel Engine’s Exhaust is not Linked to Cancer

Newer diesel engines exhaust is not linked to cancer

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Newer diesel engine’s exhaust is not linked to cancer. Several national and international agencies study substances in the environment to determine if diesel exhaust can cause cancer. Diesel fuel is used in most large engines, including those used in many trucks. Diesel exhaust exposure from trucks is widespread in the modern world.  According to the 1st comprehensive study newer diesel engine’s exhaust is not linked to cancer. A modern diesel exhaust doesn’t cause tumors or precancerous changes. All  truckers are excited to find this news about newer diesel exhaust. Century Finance, your freight bill factoring company, wants our clients to be aware of this new study. On Jan 27th the Health Effects Institute issued this report . Toxic air pollutants from modern diesels are more that 90 % lower than older diesel engines. Other reports show that more than 1/3 of commercial trucks that travel today’s highways have 2007 engines or newer. The percentage of new diesel engines in some states exceeds 50%. Hats off the diesel trucking industry.  Century Finance, located in Jonesboro, Arkansas keeps all their factoring freight bill clients in the loop about the latest updates that trucking owner operators need to know. Want more facts just visit  or contact  [email protected] / [email protected]  / [email protected] and you can always call 888-684-7195.