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The Dirt on Diesel: CleanAIR Systems Featured on Green Podcast


Santa Fe, NM – August 27, 2007 – CleanAIR Systems, a manufacturer of air pollution control equipment, was recently interviewed by America the Green for their weekly environmental podcast. The August 23rd Podcast entitled: “Diesel Cleans Up Its Act,” discusses the new resurgence in diesel vehicles, the history of the diesel market in the U.S., as well as CleanAIR Systems’ role in the development of advanced diesel emissions control systems since 1993.

Beginning with an Eco Wake-Up Call, hosts from America the Green noted that the UK Department for Transport has recommended one of the best options to help save the planet is for drivers to purchase new clean diesel cars. From this opening thought, CleanAIR CEO, Michael Roach explained why diesel vehicles are 20 percent more fuel efficient than gasoline cars, the fact that they create less greenhouse gas emissions, and gave an insider’s perspective on current clean diesel technology. The conversation continued with personal accounts from both hosts and guest concerning diesel’s effect on air pollution and the green movement.

CleanAIR Systems is a technology-based corporation manufacturing emissions control systems with worldwide distribution. Their products are designed to control air pollution such as diesel particulate matter and NOx, for on- and off-road vehicles, as well as stationary machinery and power generation. Visit CleanAIR Systems online at

America the Green’s mission is to promote real change by speaking out with podcasts featuring green business leaders, community activists and international forward thinkers. Past guests include global environmentalist Paul Hawkins and well-known Nell Newman from Newman’s Own Organics. Listen to “Diesel Cleans Up Its Act” at


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