Attwood Marine gains EPA certification

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Attwood Marine received an Environmental Protection Agency Certificate of Conformance for its pressure relief diurnal emission control system.

Combined with its recently announced carbon canister system, Attwood has two EPA-certified solutions for its OEM partners to match the needs of each customer.

The Attwood pressure relief diurnal and refueling control system has more than 15,000 hours of in-water use and testing and meets all EPA, American Boat and Yacht Club, Coast Guard and proposed California Air Resources Board requirements, the company said.

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