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API - American Petroleum Industry

 
API - American Petroleum Industry


The API influences public policy in support of a viable U.S. oil and natural gas industry. They negotiate and lobby with government and regulatory agencies. They do research into economic, toxicological, and environmental aspects of the petroleum industry.



ARB - Air Resources Board

ARB - In California, the Air Resources Board or CARB - California Air Resources Board


Air Resources Board

The ARB is responsible for clean air standards in California, and sets norms and standards worldwide. It does standards and testing of many aspects of clean air including for the diesel engine industry.



ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials

ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials


ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials


The ASTM is a society that sets American and International standards for manufacturing and for products produced. They do this generally guided by a consensus of member opinions and submissions. Any product is fair game to have standards applied, toys, water, fuel, machinery, medicine and so on and on.



CARB - California Air Resources Board

CARB - California Air Resources Board or
ARB - The Air Resources Board


Air Resources Board


The CARB is responsible for clean air standards in California, and sets norms and standards worldwide. It does standards and testing of many aspects of clean air including for the diesel engine industry.



CEN - European Committee for Standardization

CEN - Comit© Europ©en de Normalisation
European Committee for Standardization


European Committee for Standardization


The CEN is a public standards organization who aims to foster the economy of the European Union (EU) in global trading, the welfare of European citizens and its environment.



European Committiee for Electrotechnical Standardization

CENELEC - European Committiee for Electrotechnical Standardization



European Committiee for Electrotechnical Standardization


CENELEC is the central organization coordinating standards among its members, one member per country in the EU. Its sister organizations are the CEN and ETSI



EPA - Environmental Protection Agency

EPA - Environmental Protection Agency



Environmental Protection Agency


The Environmental Protection Agency is a US Federal Government Agency that, inter alia, has set and enforces diesel engine emissions standards.



European Standards Organizations

eso - European Standards Organizations



European Standards Organizations


CENELEC, CEN and ETSI are the only three European Standards Organizations whose standards are recognized by the European Union (EU).



ETSI - European Telecommunications Standards Institute

ETSI - European Telecommunications Standards Institute



European Telecommunications Standards Institute


ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute that produces globally applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies. Its sister organizations are the CEN and CENELEC



JIS - Japanese Industrial Standards

JIS - Japanese Industrial Standards



Japanese Industrial Standards


The JIS, Japanese Industrial Standards is a government agency that, inter alia, has set and enforces diesel engine emissions standards in Japan.



WHO - World health Organization

WHO - World health Organization



World health Organization


The World health Organization is a member of the UN (United Nations), it's goal is to build a better, healthier future for people worldwide. They have made studies linking diesel emmissions to lung cancer in confined places.





 
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