Diesel Exhaust Fuel (DEF) was developed after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) began to require lower emissions in response to the major amendments to the Clean Air Act. In 2008, the EPA mandated all three-quarter ton and larger trucks have diesel particulate filters installed. In 2010 the EPA required that medium and heavy duty vehicles reduce engine emissions, thus creating a strong new DEF market. Significantly, this ruling required diesel engines to use DEF fluid to reduce harmful emissions.
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